Comedy vet Tony Hendra's latest venture, The Final Edition, like its competitor The Onion, parodies newsgatherers and world events to make very-real points.
Don't worry, it's for art.
'Swallow' aims to be part periodical, part coffee-table book, part passport, and part dinner-party argument starter.
Filmmaker Hamid Rahmanian's new book brings vivid life to the epic tales of the ancient Persian kings.
Writing a biography of the "Li'l Abner" creator meant confronting just how mean, and kind, he could be.
Why's there a Paris in Hangzhou? Or a Holland in Shanghai?
Robert Seidman's novel 'Moments Captured' embellishes the tale of Eadweard Muybridge.
New York art space P! is devoting six months to imitations, rip-offs, and reproductions.
Her sci-fi art in the '30s was controversial for its raciness—and for the fact that it was made by a woman.
For a less outwardly rebellious, small-screen generation, Jeffrey Keyton overhauled the network's visuals.
Modern concepts met antique methods for the proclamation's 150th anniversary stamp.
Part graphic novel and part memoir, Danny Gregory's 'A Kiss Before You Go' recounts the designers' wife's death.
Designer Roberto de Vicq de Cumptich has embraced the possibilities of using fonts to illustrate images.
Now's the time to treat yourself to the junk no one else will buy you.
The newly launched 'GRID' magazine sticks to an old medium but champions new ideas.
A new exhibition spotlights James McMullan, whose illustrations have helped defined the city's art scene for half a century.
The Museum of Modern Art has strict guidelines for which games will make it into its interactive design exhibition.
Why do we sit? It depends on place and time, says designer Jonathan Olivares.
If 2012's visuals caught less attention than '08's, there was a reason for that, Obama's design director says.
The young, talented songwriter Gideon Irving is building an audience by playing in unusual venues.