These days, logos—even those in the world of corporate identity—are designed to expand and contract, wink, blink, dance and burst forth in animated glory. Have a look at four of the most lively, interesting examples of logo animation created in the past year.
Each week, we'll feature a few of our New Visual Artists—15 remarkable up-and-coming artists and creatives under the age of 30. Meet Khyati Trehan.
Do we really need another book-length history of manga? Especially so soon on the heels of John Lent’s excellent Asian Comics, published just a few years ago? Turns out, yes. Mangasia: The Definitive Guide to Asian Comics, by comics expert Paul Gravett, is a very important addition, with a great deal to recommend it.
What does it take for me—or anyone who commissions design and illustration—to actually open an envelope these days?
If there was a designer “best of the best ofs” list for comics, My Favorite Thing is Monsters would easily be 2017's winner. As it is, Emil Ferris' breakthrough, groundbreaking graphic novel seems to have appeared on practically every comics-centric books-of-the-year list.
Each week, we'll feature a few of our New Visual Artists—15 remarkable up-and-coming artists and creatives under the age of 30. Meet Colin Webber.
Each week, we'll feature a few of our New Visual Artists—15 remarkable up-and-coming artists and creatives under the age of 30. Meet Tina Touli.
Obsessed with dots? You're in luck. From 1950s-era Harvey Comics' Little Dot to shows by avant-garde art’s latest superstar, Yayoi Kusama, the concept of dots in endless, relentless repetition is alive and prospering.
"Before We Were Banned" is a group exhibition responding to President Trump’s first Executive Order banning travel from seven majority Muslim countries to the U.S.
What do Jimmy Stewart, Elton John, Whoopi Goldberg and Toni Morrison have in common? Beginning February 2, their visages, along with many others, will be on display at the Everhart Museum of Natural History, Science and Art in Scranton, PA.