Graphicdesign Blog Posts

The Psychedelic Designs of John Alcorn

Critic Stephen Heller referred to American illustrator and graphic designer, John Alcorn as “the fourth Beatle of Graphic Design” in a 2014 article he wrote for the Atlantic website. As a member of Push Pin Studios in the late 1950s Alcorn’s wo...

New Publication on Book Cover Designer Philip Grushkin

Philip Grushkin designed book covers for some of the most influential books of the Twentieth Century, among them The Second Sex, A Tree Grows in Brooklyn, and The History of Art. In a career that spanned several decades Grushkin produced book jacket...

Mac Conner: An Original "Mad Man"

Although not a household name, McCauley “Mac” Conner was one of the most influential advertising and magazine illustrators of the 1950s and 1960s. Conner, considered one of the original “Mad Men,” created work for clients “Unite...

My Favorite Top 10 Graphics

Another Top10 Thursday, and today I am going to do a bit self-boosting and showing off. I will show you my favorite Top 10 Graphics, stuff I made during the years. Every piece has its own story, some have been made for other people, some have been ma...
by HelzDesign on Apr 5, 2012

My Favorite Top 10 Graphics

Another Top10 Thursday, and today I am going to do a bit self-boosting and showing off. I will show you my favorite Top 10 Graphics, stuff I made during the years. Every piece has its own story, some have been made for other people, some have been ma...
by HelzDesign on Apr 5, 2012
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