print culture

Our readers will be familiar with designer and curator Barbara Heller’s deluxe editions of Pride &amp
If your stack of unread New Yorkers gives you anxiety, consider the stacks owned by Dr. Steven Lomazow, whose collection of historic magazines numbers 83,000.
Designed to educate, amuse, or advertise, pictorial maps were a clever and colorful component of print culture in the mid-20th century, often overlooked in studies of cartography.
Two new books take the study of American material culture to the masses by highlighting the country's iconic objects--a fragment of Plymouth rock, a presidential button, a soldier's footlocker--and us
American Little Magazines of the 1890s: A Revolution in Print
At the Grolier Club
February 20-April 27, 2013
The Booklyn Art Gallery is pleased to present ODD VOLUME, an exhibition of artworks and the books they are inspired by.