The controversial Chinese artist's image overlooks the D.C. parade route Barack Obama will soon walk.
Modern concepts met antique methods for the proclamation's 150th anniversary stamp.
Part graphic novel and part memoir, Danny Gregory's 'A Kiss Before You Go' recounts the designers' wife's death.
Photographer Platon on how he captured a difficult portrait of the Israeli prime minister
Designer Roberto de Vicq de Cumptich has embraced the possibilities of using fonts to illustrate images.
Now's the time to treat yourself to the junk no one else will buy you.
The newly launched 'GRID' magazine sticks to an old medium but champions new ideas.
A new exhibition spotlights James McMullan, whose illustrations have helped defined the city's art scene for half a century.
Images from this year's edition of Miami's famed, increasingly snarked-at art festival
The Museum of Modern Art has strict guidelines for which games will make it into its interactive design exhibition.
Why do we sit? It depends on place and time, says designer Jonathan Olivares.
Some visual artists just want to make a big statement—a really, really big one.
If 2012's visuals caught less attention than '08's, there was a reason for that, Obama's design director says.
There are fonts for dyslexics, for schoolkids, for mapmakers, and for handwriting-challenged doctors.
Here's what happened when 12 visual artists turned to the written word to express themselves.
These artists captured dramatic weather phenomena and moved them indoors.
Emigre Fonts have become elder statesmen in a now-crowded field.
The Velvet Underground and Nico may have nabbed the most iconic Warhol cover ever, but these other ten shouldn't be overlooked.
These new ideas caused radical transformations in the art world.
Jeff Scher's animations bring whimsy to the newspaper's otherwise serious section.