In his new workshop, Elwood Smith is on a mission to bring drawing back to the masses.
J.J. Sedelmaier presents his compendium of Avengers comic book covers.
Gene and Helen Federico's family home in Pound Ridge, New York — the quintessence of Mid-Century Modern design — is for sale.
Steven Brower commemorates the life of comics artist Irwin Hasen, whose work included illustrating Dondi, the Wildcat comics and others.
Edward Koren's second exhibition at Luise Ross Gallery opens March 7 and is on view until April 11.
E. Simms Campbell was an indispensable part of Esquire’s birth in the early 1930s. He established its visual style. He invented the original Esky character. And, in the words of its founding editor Arnold Gingrich, his full-page color cartoons “catapulted the magazine’s circulation from the start.” Campbell may also be the first African-American illustrator...
Steven Heller looks back at the racist imagery in "Mickey Mouse and the Boy Thursday."
Michael Dooley explores Popular Skullture: The Skull Motif in Pulps, Paperbacks, and Comics, a book dedicated to vintage skull art.
Don’t say you weren’t told. WARNING! Graphic Content: Political Cartoons, Comix and the Uncensored Artistic Mind has well over 350 controversial illustrations by artists from around the world and throughout history. They deal with extremes of political, cultural, sexual, racial, and, yes, religious issues. It’s also an ebook, enhanced with plenty of video and...
Steven Heller takes a look at "How To Read Donald Duck," in which the authors claim the famous Disney comic reflects American corporate exploitation.