Utagawa Kuniyoshi (1797-1861) is regarded as one of the true masters of ukiyo-e, the art of Edo-period Japan. Kuniyoshi produced thousands of prints and designs during his lifetime, but is perhaps best-known for his musha-e ("warrior prints”), with which he came to prominence in 1830. Learn More
As the creation of Japanese woodblock prints grew in popularity in the late Edo period, tigers could be found in the designs of many important ukiyo-e artists, either alone or shown in conflict with legendary Japanese warriors and tiger-hunters such as Kato Kiyomasa, “conqueror” of Korea. Learn More
Almost a decade into his astounding career, James Jean has emerged as one of contemporary art's most important voices and his richly detailed art has struck a chord with fans across the globe. Learn More
Collecting Marvel's Reflections series from multiple-Eisner-nominated creator David Mack. This format shows off to full effect this gorgeous collection of Daredevil, Alias, and Kabuki cover paintings, drawings, and step-by-step art processes.
Raymond Pettibon's genius for devising unpredictable, amusing tensions between word and image reach into new terrain with his newest works, gathered in this staplebound volume for the artist's 2011 show at Contemporary Fine Arts in Berlin. Learn More
Since the late 1970s, as a pioneer of Southern California underground culture, Raymond Pettibon has blurred the boundaries of "high" and "low," from the deviations of marginal youth to art history, literature, sports, religion, politics and sexuality. Learn More