During the Nazi era in Germany, countless documents and reference works of all kinds—no matter how seemingly insignificant—were published for the populace.
Enjoy an array of vintage Russian sci-fi book covers.
Josh Cooley's name was all over the internet as fans shared the Pixar artist's illustrations of iconic scenes from R-rated movies. Check them out here.
Take a look at Pum Lefebure's Manifesto—a shot of the creative director's kickass advice and overall killer style.
Explore the covers and illustrations of the master of horror comics, Bernie Wrightson, who recently retired, leaving a legacy of visceral and iconic work.
Rays and ray guns may be fantastical, but the kinds of fantasies that were merely illustrated in the past became real over time.
Duncan Hanna's work combines the emotional light of Edward Hopper and the mystery of René Magritte, yet is uniquely his own.
These children's books—published on the eve of American involvement in World War II—reveal the mindset of the times on the cultural, social and demographic make-up of the U.S.
Steven Heller talks with John Cuneo, illustrator and author of "Not Waving But Drawing" (Fantagraphics Underground).
Booklets issued by decency groups in the 1950s did their best to contain salacious content, and one of the graphic design methods was abstract illustration.