A thin, light, and flexible notebook, perfect for tucking in your bag to bring with you.
The newest addition to Wacom’s Intuos line is a compact model for anyone with a serious creative passion but lacking in space.
This beginner’s guide to cartoon drawing is super easy to follow and takes you step-by-step through the process of creating your own cast of characters.
Perfect for crafts or anything you’d use typical masking tape for.
A stunning, definitive monograph of the illustrative work of acclaimed mid-century artist Charley Harper.
These colorful tools have a flexible brush tip at one end and a fine bullet tip at the other. Perfect for calligraphy, hand lettering, drawing, and writing.
The beloved Marvel Universe of comics characters, brought to thrilling life as only Alex Ross can.
Vanderpoel’s visionary manual on color theory, originally published in 1902, has finally been given a proper modern treatment.
A series of scratchboards based on cities around the world.
A new biography that will give you an entirely new perspective on the quintessential Renaissance Man.
An interactive notebook — designed in collaboration with Khoi Vinh — filled with odd, unfinished pictures. It’s up to you to finish them.
An isometric print of the Big Apple, rendered in building blocks.
This coloring book riffs on the idea of paint-by-number by showcasing pixelated images of cool and quirky nostalgia objects.
This gorgeous coffee table book compiles hundreds of still images from Pixar films — from Toy Story all the way to the upcoming Coco — and organizes them across the color spectrum.
An upcoming book that brings together 17th-century artist Johannes Vermeer’s entire body of work into one stunningly beautiful 258-page collection.
A thoughtfully designed sketchbook sporting a vibrant purple vegan leather hard cover with yellow elastic closure and yellow satin bookmark ribbon.