Jacob A. Ornstein's "Lettering for Fun" (1939) is an Avant Garde-ish comic version of what Avant Gardists of the '20s and '30s did for serious play.
How much do you know about Dr. Seuss? Here we share 22 illustrations from the surrealist author that you probably have never seen.
London-based Designer of the Week Andrew Rae recently caught the attention of our editorial team with a #hashtag10 illustration he did for Twitter.
H. G. Wells has been inspiring artists, writers, scientists and designers for decades. To celebrate his birthday, we're taking a look at book cover designs…
Steven Heller talks with map guru Katharine Harmon about her cartographic passion.
Arlen Schumer is known for delivering powerful, energetic and entertaining "VisuaLectures." Explore a preview of his latest about Jack Kirby.
For those who want to be truly inspired in ways they never thought possible, go to the first NYC Arthur Szyk exhibition since the 1970s.
Gary Panter is back with a fresh take on hippie culture.
Explore the one-of-a-kind delightful animations and fun products of New York–based freelance graphic designer and illustrator Ali Mac.
Here, we look at recent magazine covers; from the hopeful to the caustic. These designs are bringing new life to the magazine industry, but at what cost?