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Love Is Walking Hand In Hand (1965) – the Peanuts gang defines love through the little acts and moments of everyday life.

“If she be not fair for me what care I how fair she be.” Vintage Valentine’s Day postcards from the early 1900s – some bitter, mostly sweet.

Vintage Valentine’s Day Postcards from the Early 1900s

Stone Is Not Cold – to engage kids with sculpture, the great Miroslav Šašek draws famous sculptures in playful and irreverent vignettes from everyday life in this lovely vintage children's book from 1961.

The Transformer: Principles of Making Isotype Charts

Vintage Visual Language: The Story of Isotype

How long different animals live – from the pioneering infographics of ISOTYPE inventor Otto Neurath circa the 1930s

Vintage Visual Language: The Story of Isotype

Gert Arntz and the visual legacy of 4,000 symbols

Gerd Artnz Graphic Designer: The Visual Legacy of 4,000 Symbols

German artist and biologist Ernst Haeckel's remarkable lithographic and autotype prints from the early 1900s

7 Essential Books on Data Visualization & Computational Art

Iron Fists – a design history of dictatorships

Iron Fists: A Design History of Totalitarian Regimes

"The new in view!" Vintage science ads from the 1950s-1960s.

The Modernist Nerd: Vintage Science Ads from the 1950s-1960s

The best illustrations from 130 years of Brothers Grimm fairy tales

Gorgeous Grimm: 130 Years of Brothers Grimm Visual Legacy

Original illustrations for Gertrude Stein's 1938 children's book, The World Is Round.

7 (More) Obscure Children’s Books by Famous “Adult” Lit Authors

Did you know that in 1954, Langston Hughes wrote a children's book to educate kids about jazz and African-American culture?

7 (More) Obscure Children’s Books by Famous “Adult” Lit Authors