Meet Christi du Toit, a funny freelance graphic artist who hails from South Africa and specializes in illustration and custom lettering.
Psychedelics are usually seen in color. But there was a black-and-white side to the experience represented here in the work of Lee Conklin.
On July 27, Jack Davis, one of the most prolific and influential cartoonists and illustrators of the second half of the twentieth century, passed away.
Milton Glaser did not do many movie posters, but the ones he did are as distinctively his as they are unusual for the film genre.
Is there anything better than vintage drugstore countertop displays? Consider Comstock's N and B.
Steven Heller chats with Michael Gerber, publisher and editor of "The American Bystander"—one of the few humor magazines left in the U.S.
In the late 1940s, when "The Use of Heads in Commercial Art" was produced, stereotypes of the Platonic ideal and accepted fashions were sophomoric.
Michael Dooley showcases work by "wonder women"—that is, female comic writers and artists—from this year's San Diego Comic Con.
Over 50 years ago Milton Glaser was experimenting with various modern and Modernist book cover designs.
Meet PRINT's Designer of the Week, CA–based Jordan Cuellar, whose love for hand-lettering design and illustration is apparent in everything he creates.