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The New York Public Library's Warhol--a 1954 holiday card to Picture Collection supervisor Ramona Javitz.COURTESY NYPL.ORG

The Real Worth of a Photograph: How the New York Public Library’s Picture Collection Has Survived In the Age of Google Image

There are around 80 million photographs shared on Instagram every day, according to the company’s statistics. That’s roughly 929 photos a second, which equates to 3.3 million images an hour, or a little over 1.5 million photographs every half hour. … Read More

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How Non-Artists Can Draw: Comics Great Lynda Barry on Teaching Creativity

On the occasion of her first New York solo show, Lynda Barry offers tips on keeping students engaged, tackling taboos, and learning to laugh at yourself Read More

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What Would You Ask Your Favorite Contemporary Cartoonists?

Charles Burns, Daniel Clowes, Alison Bechdel, and other comic artists reveal tricks of the trade in a new book Read More


Comic Relief

The boundary between fine art and graphic novels has grown increasingly porous Read More


From Breakdowns to Breakthroughs

Art Spiegelman on storytelling, modernism, wormholes, loopholes, and the boundaries that still separate high and low. Read More