Three Detroit area artists interpret the meaning of "home."
The late Blockheads singer gets his first solo show.
A Brazilian artist muses on the darker side of Disney.
Ancient aliens and ghost-gods inspire this sci-fi-loving artist's latest show.
A brief Q&A with the organizers before this week's typography conference.
This weekend's goings-on at the Chicago spin-off of the avant-garde fair will benefit the Detroit Institute of Arts and feature live set from ADULT.
Chicago print studio investigates screen-printing on quilts in latest show.
Private press records drawn from Johan Kugelberg's collection are on view in NYC.
A public archive of the DJ/producer's collection is on view at Gavin Brown’s Enterprise.
Pulp mags and old-school comics come alive in this painter/illustrator's latest rogues gallery of images.
A pop-up fest at the intersection of food and design hits Chicago.
The San Francisco art space/publisher/shop/venue celebrates a decade of activity.
Artists from 38 countries will show work from the last 100 years in Venice's 55th Biennale.
Photos from the annual Fulton Market design district street show
SuperBlast curates a street culture show in Dresden.
The London collective hosts a New York-centric show.
The modern cartoonist makes a triumphant return to the city that raised him.
The curator of Printed Matter's massive art book fair on the origins and goals of the annual multifaceted late summer publishing event.
Three things a designer learned editing a book on Wabi-Sabi poster design
Gallery exhibit surveys cover illos for The Believer from RAW/Black Hole artist Charles Burns and features a few musicmakers, too.
Nothing Major pops-up at the MAAF fest right here in our 'hood. Come out, say hello, and shop the shop in real time.
Images from a summer weekend in Logan Square
Patterns, patterns everywhere in Chicago's Union Park
Join us in Chicago for a Nothing Major shindig at fabulous boutique Una Mae's.
This L.A. painter specializes in geometric color patterns and woodland creatures.
The art happening on rails visited Chicago's Union Station.
In chronicling the remains of the games, filmmaker Gary Hustwit and photographer Jon Pack examine the second life of Olympic villages.