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Reads tagged with “illustration”

Interview with Illustrator Christina Tsevis
Interview with Illustrator Christina Tsevis

What Coldplay, Oscar Wilde and Plato have in common and why the commodification of art may be a good thing.

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Retro Revival: Man as Industrial Palace
Retro Revival: Man as Industrial Palace

Vintage German artwork on digital steroids, or why you house a factory.

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Return of the Pooh
Return of the Pooh

An epic comeback, an otter, and what your inner child has to do with philosophy.

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The Art of Pixar Short Films
The Art of Pixar Short Films

Birds, toys, or what the history of computing has to do with the creative legacy of our time.

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Fun For Good: The Indie Rock Coloring Book
Fun For Good: The Indie Rock Coloring Book

Staying outside the lines, or what Rilo Kiley’s latest haircuts have to do with charity.

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Ed Emberley’s Make a World: The Film
Ed Emberley’s Make a World: The Film

What alligators from 1972 have to do with the visual culture of modern design.

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Vintage Album Covers
Vintage Album Covers

Private collections, public perceptions, and all that jazz.

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Illustartion Spotlight: Every Person In New York
Illustartion Spotlight: Every Person In New York

Nachos, modern art, and how to put yourself on the cultural map.

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Graphic Novel Granddaddy: Lynd Ward’s Woodcuts
Graphic Novel Granddaddy: Lynd Ward’s Woodcuts

Iconic engravings, or what The Great Depression has to do with the art of light and darkness.

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The Ancient Book of Sex and Science
The Ancient Book of Sex and Science

The alchemy of erotica, or what’s making Walt Disney blush in his grave.

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