The prolific Chip Kidd talks here about some of the idiosyncrasies of designing comic book covers as well as what it has been like working with the legendary Frank Miller.

While Chip Kidd is perhaps best known for his work as a graphic designer and art director, his personal love of comic books has brought them into his professional life, not to mention on his bookshelf. Here he talks about adding comic book work to his resume and how that even came about.

Over at his blog master letterer and graphic designer Todd Klein shares another of his amazing logo studies. This time is focuses on his commission to create a logo for a relaunch of Ka-Zar for Marvel Comics back in the 90’s. Here are some excerpts: In 1996 I was asked by then Marvel editor Matt […]

Todd Klien is easily one of the top of his field.  Lettering is a subtle and overlooked artform that greatly contributes to the experience of reading a comic.  On his blog Todd has taken time to look at the evolution of “Strange Adventures”, a DC book of yesteryear. At the end of the 1940s super-hero […]

Over at the DC blogs they posted about how the process went down for creating and designing the logo for the new “Batman & Robin” series that Grant Morrison has been penning.  A fascinating peak behind the curtain. Click HERE to read the whole story.