Giving credit where credit’s due in the vast world of design can be difficult—even when it comes to the work of legendary creators. Here are some connections you may be missing.
On the eve of the 100th birthday of Hermann Zapf, Kelly-Winterton Press has launched the Kickstarter campaign to publish his bio by Jerry Kelly.
The Art Spiegelman Maus instigator was none other than Stan Lee. Here's the true story behind it all. And, surprisingly, it IS true!
The vast number of highly visible projects Rudolph de Harak worked on throughout the 1970s, especially as a pioneer of experience design.
Peter O. Zierlein is known for his quirky, conceptually based illustrations. And now POZ has moved onto the streets and into the third dimension.
John Gall has been creating award winning designs for over 25 years, first as art director at Grove/Atlantic, followed by a 14 year stint at Vintage/Anchor, imprints of Random House, where he was also a Vice President. He has designed covers for such authors as Dave Eggers, Haruki Murakami, and Vladimir Nabokov and his...
Fantasy artist Ken Kelly was just five years into his professional career when he received the assignment of a lifetime—painting the cover for…
Parallels between the life of Leo Lionni, graphic designer and co-editor of PRINT magazine from 1955-1956, and the picture books he created.
Rafael Vasquez has been photographing designers and illustrators for the past few years. He corners his subjects at events and asks them for permission to enter their homes and studios. “For me, the joy of the creative process of portraiture is the sublime path of happiness in my life,” he writes. He plays with...
Mort Künstler is best known today for his vivid paintings of scenes from American history. Less known is Künstler’s early work in men’s adventure magazines.