The Presidential candidate may be convenient for cheap laughs, but Harvey Kurtzman’s Trump, a witty graphic humor magazine, deserves our serious respect.
Read about the design process behind a striking page by Taylor Sterling, who showcased his work at San Diego Comic-Con 2015.
See work by this week's Illustrator of the Week, Alex Nabaum.
Michael Dooley looks at the albums, posters and other promotional materials featured in the visual music culture exhibition Revolutions 2: The Art of Music.
Read Michael Dooley's exploration of the history of the beautiful, unorthodox Flair Magazine.
If you’ve been captivated by the bold, atmospheric cinematography of Daredevil‘s first season on Netflix, you might want to seek out the similarly stunning comic book version by Alex Maleev. Series executive producer Jeph Loeb credits Maleev as a key visual influence: “With Alex’s art, we looked at that and said ‘that’s the look...
Steven Brower explores the work of illustrator Frank Frazetta, whose work spans a diverse range of genres.
Steve Brodner talks about managing the art in the 150-year anniversary issue of The Nation.
E. Simms Campbell was an indispensable part of Esquire’s birth in the early 1930s. He established its visual style. He invented the original Esky character. And, in the words of its founding editor Arnold Gingrich, his full-page color cartoons “catapulted the magazine’s circulation from the start.” Campbell may also be the first African-American illustrator...
Michael Dooley explores Popular Skullture: The Skull Motif in Pulps, Paperbacks, and Comics, a book dedicated to vintage skull art.