Artist William Wegman’s famous Weimaraners are now immortalized in mosaics in the New York subway.
A new exhibit highlights the Modernist architect’s little-known designs made while working in Asia.
Thanks to tireless work by the Moscow Museum of Design, a forgotten institute’s lost work is being introduced to a new generation of designers.
A documentary by Vancouver-based graphic designer Greg Durrell explores the surprisingly rich history behind the nation’s postwar design culture.
Architecture writer Sam Lubell and photographer Darren Bradley reveal the hidden gems and greatest hits of postwar design along the Eastern Seaboard.
Designers Peter Chermayeff and Tom Geismar talk about how they gave the MBTA an enduring makeover.
At a Toronto station that fed fans into the city’s hockey arena, a 1985 mural that depicted the Maple Leafs’ biggest rival enraged team owner Harold Ballard.
The original vision for the Buffalo’s failed car-free-zone downtown was always a fantasy, as this TV spot shows.
Philadelphia’s “Move Closer To Your World” has some new fans this week, thanks to a viral video.
John Massey’s minimalist designs are back on State Street in the Loop for the rest of August.
In an effort to boost ridership, Buffalo’s transit authority is offering developers a chance to revamp its stations. What’s wrong with that?
Aaron Ott, the first-ever curator of public art at Buffalo’s Albright-Knox Art Gallery, talks about leading an uncommon cultural initiative across Western New York.
Just before the transit service began, locals saw this short film on television and movie screens across the city.
Transit workers and passengers share their insights on the growing system in its early years.
Three decades after the beloved New York artist visited a school in Melbourne, the mural he made has finally been conserved after significant decay.
In a short 1950s comedy, a small group of grumpy natives celebrate awful customer service in the hopes of keeping Americans away.
A love for cars among today’s middle-aged Muscovites surely traces back to this song from their teen years.
Monument to the Dream gives the construction workers behind an American design icon their proper due.
Generations of Russian leaders have imposed their visions on the city's vast subway network.
Before the law finally came down on him, an infamous Harris County commissioner proudly explained how he was spending taxpayer funds.
According to David Brinkley and a supercomputer, Salem, New Jersey, was the most typical place in America leading up to Lyndon Johnson’s reelection.