The artifacts of horror, terror and murder were all designed by someone. In this first of three volumes, A Glimpse of Evil by Norbert Podlesny and Daniel de Vareness is a collection (pages and examples below) of never-seen-before evidence of Holocaust branding and reveals the actual “designing” it required to carry out the Nazi...
Steven Heller talks with Veronica Ettedgui, who has turned her project "LOVE: A Typography Challenge" into a new book.
The work of prolific type designers Hermann Zapf and Gudrun Zapf van Hesse spans years and styles. Their work is coming to a new exhibition at Grolier Club in New York in spring 2019.
An iconic Corporate Identity Manual, David's Lemonade is a memorable examination at what it means to know who you are - and how to tell the world.
Nutmegger Workshop opens its doors to the Daily Heller. Designer Peter Vogel gives us a tour of his signage offerings, which are high on design.
Michael Russem, proprietor of the Offices of the Kat Ran Press, publisher of and curator of the Katherine Small Gallery in Somerville, Mass., has created an exhibition titled “Dick Bruna and Black Bears and Japanese Matchboxes.” He asks the question: “While Dick Bruna was writing and illustrating his early books for children, he was...
Prominent British graphic designer Abram Games is recent the subject of an excellent exhibition of posters and other artwork.
The artfulness of ABCs and why A seems to always illustrate Apple. A childhood-centric round-up of alphabet book illustrations.
The Thonet Brand: A Look At Its Graphic Design History is a concise but gem-worthy compilation of the legendary modern furniture firm's visual identity.
Aguinaldo (Aguìn) Perrone, Italian designer, illustrator artist and professor of history of illustration and advertising at the Academy of Fine Arts in Bari, has done IT again. “IT” being a new book that visually speaks to the history of early 20th century avant garde design while expressing his own distinct interpretation and style (IMG_1786) Over...