"I never gave the human heart more than a passing thought. It pumps therefore I am, so to speak. Now, I give it a lot of thought."
Michael Mathias Prechtl was one of the most original illustrators to publish regularly on The New York Times Op-Ed Page during the late 1960s and '70s.
Teenage magazine publisher Steven Heller recalls creating "Borrowed Time" with Brad Holland.
Steven Heller talks with Lincoln Cushing about Inkworks, which recently closed after almost 40 years of political press.
In PRINT's Spring 2016 Issue, we present to you over 50 famous practitioners of communication and graphic design. Read about The Cowboy, James Victore.
Poul Lange is a designer and photographic illustrator who has been making collages for some time. His latest involve a series of vintage photos combined with flowers.
Explore a compendium of impressive poster design projects from the 2015 Regional Design Annual.
Using a die to cut paper into predetermined shapes is among the oldest advertisement tricks of the trade and there are countless stunning examples.
Have you seen Rick Meyerowitz's National Lampoon drawings and "The Zap Show: A Cultural Revolution" at the Society of Illustrators? If not, there's still time!
A recent Wonder Woman cover by Neal Adams has drawn criticism for its steamy and perhaps less-than-empowering depiction of the protagonist. Michael Dooley and Arlen Schumer weigh in.