Brooklyn illustrator puts bears in headlocks, 8-bit style.
Come for the meat lettering, stay for the print features.
Soccer fandom is contagious when Daniel Nyari illustrates famous Euro footballers.
Yanked from a newspaper, this Taiwanese illustrator's work takes on new life.
A Brazilian artist muses on the darker side of Disney.
UK illustrator Scott Balmer references just about every modern era while remaining entirely current.
A literary influence helps shape these dismal yet humorous figures.
"Fuck You and Fuck Your Cat," the postcard
Enjoy the illustrations, come up with a new game, or sharpen your memory.
Pulp mags and old-school comics come alive in this painter/illustrator's latest rogues gallery of images.
Nasty comics, distorted logic, psychotic humor from Catalonia
A visual etymology index shows us the real origin of the word "pumpernickel."
Stockholm Design Lab perks up a hospital pharmacy chain via positive color palatte and great illustrations.
A visual history of Apple's desktop designs
We traded questions with the California illustrator about his practice, clashing colors, and liking the Knicks from California.
The Scottish artist explains his new self-help book. “This is no help. Don’t obey this advice.”
A collaborative illustration game from France
In her memoir, the illustrator collects artifacts in India and cracks eggs at her family's diner.
Raymond Pettibon's iconic four bars logo and flyer artwork get their due in interviews with Hank Rollins, Flea, and other L.A. punk luminaries.
Gallery exhibit surveys cover illos for The Believer from RAW/Black Hole artist Charles Burns and features a few musicmakers, too.
Sometimes nasty comics electrified with brillant colors and line work
If you read any publication with New York in the title, you've already enjoyed this illustrator's work.
How process, materials, and patterns in nature shape the artist's geometric illustrations
The Valencian illustrator tells us about his illustration process, contributing to Beck's Song Reader, and working with the sun.
The Chicago artist talks queer history research snacking and living like a nomad in grease-powered buses.
Bold color and simple lines help these illustrations anchor any magazine layout.
Stanley Kubrick banned outside cameras on set and invited an artist to paint and draw the production instead.
A graphic designer makes new work daily from his favorite verses.
Frontman for smart-ass punk acts Obits/Hot Snakes/Drive Like Jehu/Pitchfork in a rare conversation on his art and inspiration