The show features materials collected by designer Jan Tschichold and created by the movement's many members, including El Lissitzky, Kurt Schwitters, and László Moholy-Nagy.
J. Meejin Yoon tells Metropolis how the Italian designer's whimsical book taught her about context, constraints, and imagination.
Du Bois’s 1900 Data Portraits: Visualizing Black America illustrated the progress of newly-freed African Americans and is being published for Du Bois’s 150th birthday.
With a passion for environmental graphics, designer Joe Lawton has built a practice dubbed Media Objectives (M-O) within the architecture firm Valerio Dewalt Train Associates (VDTA).
On view at Pratt Manhattan Gallery in New York, a new show celebrates the work of Anni Albers, Elaine Lustig Cohen, and Rosmarie Tissi.
Brothers Jon and James Sholly are founders of the Indianapolis-based graphic design studio Commercial Artisan, so when they launched…
The New York firm, founded in 1957 and still in operation, has produced many iconic logos for corporate America.
Cooper is not in the pantheon of "great men" of graphic design, despite being the rare or even singular figure whose achievements were marked in both print and digital media.
With ambitions to tackle the global food crisis, the new design pub isn't your typical feel-good foodie mag.
At the opening of New York City’s Second Avenue Subway, passengers were given updated copies of the beloved 1972 map by Massimo Vignelli. But, taboo though it may be to say, this attractive map is far from what New York needs.
Fortunato Depero’s Bolted Book, an icon of Italian Futurism, may just make its return, thanks to a new Kickstarter campaign.
The graphic master has written in these "designlogs" every day since 1973.
In 1974, computer scientist Martin Newell complained to his wife: he needed a better model for graphical experimentation.
A successful Kickstarter campaign means that 50x50, an exhibit that showcases 50 redesigned classic book covers, will reach all 50 states by 2017.
One of the last high modernist designers dies at 83.
In her illustrious career, Deborah Sussman has not only reshaped graphic design but also helped to rebrand the resurgent city of Los Angeles.
Contemporary art museums and galleries are recasting themselves with an almost corporate fervor.
Three exhibitions on Italian design between the world wars reveal a culture producing great beauty in an era of turbulence.
A London gallery provides an in-depth look at little-known designs from the erstwhile Soviet Union.
The WUHO Gallery will launch the new exhibition, Deborah Sussman Loves L.A., with the help of Kickstarter.