Using freeway signs as his medium, artist Edgar Heap of Birds disrupts American perceptions of Native-American culture and history.
DuPont invented the stretch synthetic fabric that revolutionized fashion in the mid-twentieth century.
Though considered a limited artist, Martin Droeshout engraved the only portrait of Shakespeare, which appeared on the cover of the first folio.
Maidenform was the first company to bridge female beauty standards with workplace culture
Theories from psychology, education, philosophy, and sociology, show how complex and subconscious the feeling of empathy can be.
A look at the feminist roots of the temperance movement.
The evolution of the way TV news looks has much to do with principles of modernity and design.