The Plight Of The Roma During The Holocaust, As Told In Graphic Novel 'Sofia-Z4515'
Sofia Taikon was twelve years old when she was separated from her parents and taken to a special section of Auschwitz-Birkenau.
Art Links: The Andy Warhol Family Film
Andy Warhol’s niece launched a Kickstarter to help fund the production of UNCLE ANDY: The Andy Warhol Family Film, a feature length documentary about the artist from the point of view of his family.
Meet George Powell, Father Of The Modern Skateboard
George Powell began making skateboards for his son out of his garage in the early 70s, and has since grown his business into a 150-employee operation, while still conceiving, designing and building his boards under one roof.
Meet The Sucklord, King Of Bootleg Action Figures
Meet New York-based Sucklord, a designer/pop artist who crafts unlicensed versions of action figures for his company Suckadelic.
The Lines Are Drawn: Sabrina Elliott
Hailing from the west coast of the U.S., Sabrina Elliott caught our attention with Infinite Tenderness, her illustrations over the years compiled into a limited edition zine.
'The Weight' Will Help You Through Your Bereavement
If you’ve ever craved a hug from someone who’s no longer there, Mia Cinelli, an artist and designer based in Ohio, knows your pain.
Art Clip Of The Week: Stefan Sagmeister Doesn't Think You're A Storyteller
In this short, energetic and fairly foul mouthed clip, Sagmeister takes aim at a recent trend in the communications industry: the idea of ‘storytelling’.
A Few Of My Favourite GIFs: Antonio Roberts
In this new feature we're heading down an internet rabbit hole, speaking to the glitch artist Antonio Roberts about his work and his favourite GIF artists.
The Lines Are Drawn: Eleni Kalorkoti
Eleni Kalorkoti's advice for aspiring illustrators: "If you can do anything else - do it!"
Our Favourite Nominees For Design Of The Year 2015
London’s Design Museum just announced the nominees for its 2015 Designs of the Year. It's worth a look.
Who Is Xanti Schawinsky?
The Swiss polymath's first comprehensive retrospective is happening at the Migros Museum für Gegenwartskunst in Zurich, Switzerland.
Watch A 1957 Animation About A Mouse With An Unfortunate Appendage
Anika is the ‘archivist’ behind Myszochujek, a short, animated film apparently made in 1957 by mysterious Polish visionary Kristof Babaski.