Twisting a few stereotypes, illustrator Francesco Zorzi created a series illustrating how the great American pastime has taken root in 16 other countries.
An article from a 1920s issue of German design magazine Das Plakat offers insights to poster artist Mayer-Lukas, who there is little known about elsewhere.
For 60 years, Renaldo Kuhler illustrated and chronicled a small nation he called Rocaterrania, which he kept to himself for much of his life.
Cipe Pineles' influence on editorial design and illustration earned her a place as the first woman inducted into the Art Directors Club Hall of Fame.
Meet Stephen Andrade, an illustrator who brings to life beloved movies and television shows on the covers of vintage-style pulp fiction magazines.
Steven Heller celebrates the beautiful calligraphy of Jan Sawka.
Steven Heller talks with Andrea Arroyo, Steve Brodner and Peter Kuper of the progressive new collective OppArt.
Steven Heller talks with artist Drew Friedman about his new book, "Chosen People."
Feral House has disinterred illustrator and record cover maestro Jim Flora’s "Grandpa's Ghost Stories" in time for the Halloween season.
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.