In The Winter Brothers v. DC Comics, two musicians sued the comic book company for a Jonah Hex parody that made their likenesses into worm monster villains.
In 1977 a new illustration credit appeared on the Letters and OpEd pages of The New York Times. S. Harmon wasn't doing anything new. It was the same collage style that Surrealist and Dada collagists had done decades before. Take a look at the work of this forgotten illustrator.
Cartoonist-writer-editor Bhob Stewart's death erupts a flood of memories for Imprint contributor Michael Dooley.
Cartoonist Craig Yoe professes his love for comic books, but not today's. Yoe loves the "horror, crime and twisted animation-style comic books of the past."
A little over a month ago, I wrote about Hanksy's six day graffiti mash-up at a condemned row house on the Lower East Side. I promised a video produced by No Your City and directed by Nicolas Heller. Well here it is, "Hanksy Presents: Surplus Candy," a record of the making of the incredible...
Get the latest design news, as Steven Heller explores the opening of Canadian artist Gary Taxali's solo exhibition at Jonathan LeVine Gallery and regular contributor Paul Shaw's newest book Philip Grushkin: A Designer's Archive.
Mike Diana has been dubbed the "Godfather of Internet Rage Art." Michael Dooley explores why he's so angry.
How many times has this happened to you? You're in Paris taking a brief nap at your zoo job and a walrus, who looks uncannily like you, steals your keys, locks you in the cage and puts on all of your clothes.
Art Spiegelman's "Intellectual Vaudeville Show," WORDLESS! will make its New York debut at the Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM). Read a bit more about Spiegelman and this event.
Ridendo—a humor magazine distributed to French physicians—was used by pharmaceutical companies for 44 years to reach the medical professionals by tickling their funny bones.