101 Artists To Listen To Before You Die

Spanish illustrator Ricardo Cavolo's personal music diary bursts with color and passion

While listicles can sometimes feel like lazy writing, the book “101 Artists to Listen to Before You Die” from Spanish illustrator and music lover Ricardo Cavolo is anything but. Inside, he dedicates two pages to each artist who has had an impact on his life. On the left, Cavolo hand writes anecdotes and entangled thoughts on why he admires them; on the adjoining page lies …

Kellie Strøm’s Worse Things Happen At Sea

Illustrated tales of mythical maritime adventures in a concertina book from Nobrow Press

Perhaps it’s London-based illustrator Kellie Strøm’s inability to swim that led to his interest in creatively charting the nautical horrors of the sea, but as his latest project demonstrates, it’s likely his Scandinavian roots that inspired Strøm’s exceptionally detailed drawings of dramatic oceanic sagas. Produced by Nobrow for their Leporello series, “Worse Things Happen at Sea” is a double-sided panorama chronicling mythical maritime adventures. From …

Interview: Corinne Maier

The controversial French author behind "No Kids" and "Hello Laziness" on her newest book—a biography of Sigmund Freud told through comics

Corinne Maier—a French psychoanalyst with a background in economics and international relations from the prestigious Sciences-Po in Paris—also happens to be a best-selling author. Out of the 15 or so already under her belt, her two most controversial books encouraged readers not to have children (“No Kids“) and to unobtrusively slack off at their corporate job (“Hello Laziness“). Maier’s newest nonfiction book, however, won’t be …