Despite its styling as a kids book—the illustrations are cartoonish in the way Chris Ware's are—this biography is a substantive account of Wright's life and work.
Illustrator Chanel Dehond takes inspiration from Moshe Safdie's seminal work, which turns 50 this week, and turns the building into colorful homes for our animal friends.
How well do you know your ovoid architecture? See how many you can spot in this eggscellent illustration.
We speak to the founder of the blog KoozA/rch, Federica Sofia Zambeletti , about the resurgence of architectural drawing.
Julia Jacquette’s recently opened exhibit features images from her “graphic memoir,” which recall some of the New York City’s most forward-thinking playgrounds.
Setting a design concept to pencil and paper was once considered a core architectural act, but the past two decades’ culture of digital rendering almost killed it. Almost.
A new book gives readers a unique look at the great Danish designer’s watercolors, which convey the ingenuity of this 20th-century pioneer.
Like all of the architects work, the structure invites visual interpretations, recalling animals both alive and extinct.
An ongoing retrospective at the Bard Graduate Center examines the artist's work in proto-digital and digital domains.
“I believe this medium is the new literacy in this country. Words themselves are not able to keep up with the speed of information. This combination of words and images will continue to grow and it will dominate.” —Will…