A testament to the power of film to inspire visual artists, Criterion Designs is an essential collection of artwork and cover designs from the company’s stunning back catalogue.
An artist who added colour to the classic horror of a black and white era, Basil Gogos is the true King of Monsters.
Regarded as one of the leading illustrators of the mid-twentieth century, Al Parker has left an artistic legacy that continues to inspire, and provides one of the first ‘must have’ art books of 2015.
Taking inspiration from a relatively obscure mini-series from Marvel Comics, Big Hero 6 is an anime inspired trip into the world of superheroes from Disney.
Featuring work from one of our greatest living artists and member of the Society of Illustrators Hall of Fame, The Art of Robert E. McGinnis is an essential collection for fans pop culture art.
Featuring the most iconic images produced for the Star Wars universe, Star Wars: Posters offers a definitive visual history of this classic saga.
With over 350 pages of incredible illustration, The Art of the Simon and Kirby Studio represents a masterclass in comic art.
Cosmigraphics is an epic look through space history that reveals the fundamental importance of the humble image on human imagination and understanding.
Philip Brotherton offers readers a look behind the scenes at LAIKA studios with the Making of the new animated film The Box Trolls.
Science-fiction fans will already be familiar with the award-winning artist Jim Burns, a favourite among authors such as George R. R. Martin
TASCHEN Books continues its long-running series taking a look at the world of contemporary illustration with Illustration Now! 5
How Tiki Became An American Dream Published in conjunction with an exhibition at the Quai Branly museum in Paris, Sven A. Kirsten’s Tiki Pop traces the history of America’s most colorful cultural trend – a manufactured Polynesian paradise of hula girls, rum cocktails and the leisurely sounds of steel guitar. So seductive was its influence on the American…
A fun collection of soda pop recipes featuring the cool retro art of Derek Yaniger. If you’re the type of person that likes nothing more of an evening than to fix yourself a drink at your novelty cruise ship-shaped bar, kick back and drift away to the tropical sounds of Arthur Lyman (in hi-fi stereo no less) then…