Steven Brower says farewell to the printed PRINT magazine with a tribute to fellow past art directors & editors who helped to reshape the magazine.
Two poster shows are traveling internationally on the subjects of political dissent and social tolerance.
The use of comic strips in U&lc ended with the passing of Herb Lubalin in 1981. Check out some of these gems sandwiched between the pages.
Late photographer Bob Seidemann photographed the rock stars of both the San Fran and London scenes in the late '60s, from the Grateful Dead to Janis Joplin.
The artist behind the award-winning Time "Trump Meltdown" cover believes images can galvanize people and spark important conversations.
Did Moondog, the Viking of New York City, inspire Jack Kirby's Thor? Or were they simply drawing inspiration from the same well?
On September 21, 2017, The Village Voice, a weekly New York City institution, published its final print edition, after 61 years
Aside from the great Jack Kirby, these design, art and animation icons are celebrating their 100th birthdays this year, from Felix the Cat to Jock Kinneir.
To celebrate the centennial of Jack Kirby's birthday, we share a roundtable discussion of designers, illustrators and comics artists whom Kirby influenced, across disciplines.
Following the horrific events in Charlottesville, VA, designers and illustrators take a stand using political art as statements against hatred.