William M. Patton's Paper and Press Illustrated Monthly provided its audience of printers, binders and affiliated commercial artists a vivid view of the fashionable styles of the day through its editorial and advertising pages.
The Behance portfolio site is celebrating its 10th anniversary. Meet the designer of the fourth most appreciated post in Behance history—a resume template that went viral.
Girder was among the genre of geometric square serif faces frequently found in advertisements of the 1930s. The specimens here highlight that streamlined, early modernistic style.
How does a designer invent letterforms for an invented language? Especially one dreamed up by someone else? Lyon-based graphic designer Jérémy Barrault recently tackled these perplexing issues.
Heller shares an excerpt from the original G. Peignot et Fils specimen booklet for one of the more elegant French typefaces ever designed, Les Cochins.
Punk rock meets typography in Mike Joyce's new book "Swissted" and the result is a visual addiction.
These examples of 1950s Italian design feature both geometric simplicity and optical vivacity.
Today of all days is when we should all experience empathy. Type designer Pablo Medina and Charles Hall have created a structure to remind us all.
Without a clue as to what typography entailed, Steven Heller was drawn to how Lubalin used letters & typefaces to create patterns that read as words & headlines.
If you know the name Mihály Biro at all, you'll be familiar with his most internationally known image: the "Red Man" cover for the newspaper Népszava