In celebration of National Comic Book Day, we wanted to share our most popular posts featuring comic books over the past year. Discover the banned comics…
The original Monocle magazine was a satiric journal edited by Victor Navasky and published irregularly from the late 1950s until the mid-60s.
H. G. Wells has been inspiring artists, writers, scientists and designers for decades. To celebrate his birthday, we're taking a look at book cover designs…
Steven Heller talks about Ernie Bushmiller's legendary comic "Nancy" with the authors of "How to Read Nancy: The Elements of Comics in Three Easy Panels."
Arlen Schumer is known for delivering powerful, energetic and entertaining "VisuaLectures." Explore a preview of his latest about Jack Kirby.
Learn about the designers and process behind the stop-motion animation video for U2's new single "You're the Best Thing About Me."
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.
Discover the prolific Camillus, aka C. Kessler, whose cartoons appeared in the New York Press from January to June, 1914.
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.
Explore this vintage coloring book for Dutch Boy White Lead paint, which was all the rage before we learned that lead causes lead poisoning.