Rapper Ghostface Killah is jumping into the comics game with his forthcoming graphic novel, ‘Twelve Reasons To Die.’
French cartoonist/illustrator David Raphet creates a beautiful bright-eyed, brown-skinned character with a rather voluminous natural do for “Afro.”
Every graphic designer will agree… these 8 fonts should simply stay in the dark.
The vibrancy of Malaysian electro-pop diva, Ze!, is captured in this brilliant digital illustration by 27-year-old Ecuadorian artist Ericka Coello.
Sephora and Pantone reveal a new color of the year, Emerald, for their annual Universe Collection.
For two years, actress Kerry Washington is mentoring students at Washington D.C.’s Savoy Elementary as a part of Obama’s Turnaround Arts Initiative.
A special Birthday Creative Feature for Nina Simone aka “High Priestess of Soul,” illustrations, paintings, murals, t-shirt designs, and more.
Multimedia artist Javier Velasco’s solo exhibit, SKYFALL, will be held at Buzzart Miami, starting with a February 21st opening reception.
It’s only Monday but Patience Lekien’s digital tribute to Disney’s ‘The Proud Family’ is our Creative Pick of the Week!
Art First Gallery has begun its February 2013 exhibit, “Undressed Art,” featuring a sale on unframed artwork from all of its local member artists.
One of our favorite artists, Lithuanian illustrator Natalaie Shau re-imagines the Homage to Surrealism collection by Parisian jewelry maker Lydia Courteille for Solitaire Magazine. Natalie depicts the collection’s luscious hues and most intriguing pieces, which seem to be very much inspired by Spanish surrealist painter, Salvador Dalí.
On January 12th, Harlem’s Schomburg Center For Research in Black Culture will hold the historic neighborhood’s first Black Comic Book Festival. The full day of activities includes a film screening of ‘White Scripts and Black Supermen: Black Masculinities in Comic Books,’ a pop-up art exhibition in honor of legendary comic book artist Jack Kirby, discussions, workshops and more!
Starting January 4th, Denmark’s MOHS Exhibit will display Reno Leplat-Torti’s collection of paño art, works by various Chicano (Mexican-American) prison inmates from around the country who neatly fold paños into envelopes and mail them to loved ones.
American jazz legend Miles Davis remains the essence of cool, as depicted by cartoonist and freelance illustrator Dustin Harbin aka DHARBIN in “Miles by Bicycle.” A minimalist fine print, the North Carolina-based artist describes the piece as “an icon of American music, culture, and composing, relaxing on a bicycle. The trumpet doubles as air intake for increased cardiovascular efficiency.”
On Saturday, at 3rdEye(Sol)ation in Brooklyn, NY, Paint and Poetry was pure creative bliss and wonderment.
Art First Gallery’s December 2012 holiday exhibit, which will run from now through December 30th, features beautiful new oil, acrylic, watercolor, and photography works from all of its members.
The dramatic artwork of South Korean artist Minjae Lee is now available in a series of stunning laptop sleeves.
Raising awareness in conjunction with the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women (November 25), French women’s rights group Ni Putes Ni Soumises (NPNS – Neither Whores Nor Submissives) released these graphic ads designed by BETC.
A seemingly dignified illustration of President Barack Obama by fashion guru Karl Lagerfeld is being compared to “modern-day minstrelsy…” We have got to stop doing this!