One of Van Gogh's sketchbook pages spurred Steven Brower to explore sequential art, comics and cartoons by famous artists.
Project Neverland, an art exhibition currently at Burbank’s Center Stage Gallery, celebrates the spirit of Peter's exuberant flights of fantasy.
Illustrator Matt Taylor discusses his comic art and limited edition poster designs for franchises ranging from Back to the Future to Star Wars and Jurassic Park.
The drawings in this quaint little book by Jim Heimann are by anonymous amateur artists who launched serious attempts at image-making.
Brazil’s "Para Todos" magazine, under the art direction of illustrator José Carlos, was the gem of the country's Art Deco–age periodicals.
The photography game is changing. And San Francisco-based app firm Fyusion, Inc. doesn’t want you to miss a thing. With virtual reality gear taking over the world of video, it’s time that photography upped its game. “Photography hasn’t seen any fundamental advancements since the 1980s when photographs were first digitized…We are helping build...
Steven Heller talks with Sean Tejaratchi about his new surreal satiric book, "Liartown."
Author Hope Nicholson has curated “the weirdest, coolest, most-of-their-time female characters" in comic book history. Meet the Spectacular Sisterhood of Superwomen.
Stan Mack of Real Life Funnies fame has produced a lighthearted look at cyber crime, "Max & The Black Bots," with enough tech to give it oomph.
In memory of 1960s underground comix artists Skip Williamson and Jay Lynch, Michael Dooley explores some of their most distinctive work.