Dots and Dashes (1)

By: Joshua Glenn
June 30, 2010

Mirko Ilic, the New-York based Yugoslavian graphic designer and comics artist who’s collaborated with Steven Heller on important graphic design surveys (including Handwritten: Expressive Lettering in A Digital Age), is a man after my own heart. He’s a collector and sorter of graphic design ephemera.

I’ve already paid tribute to Ilic’s collection of “A-Frame” images. Now check out his collection of posters, pulp magazines, advertisements, album covers, and other ephemera boasting oversized question marks and exclamation points.


First in an occasional series of posts featuring punctuation ephemera.