Fictional art that should be real.
The Harry Potter illustrated editions by Bloomsbury are beautiful masterpieces and perfect additions to any fan's library.
On the absurdity of the artist Yayoi Kusama, and how it compares to Camus' thinking.
A definitive guide to the most stunning illustrations for The Raven you'll ever lay your eyes on, from artists like Doré, Manet, Rossetti, and more.
Some of the most beautiful and best book covers to be seen from now until 2018, including books by Adam Silvera and Ilana Kurshan.
Can literature and poetry actually describe paintings and other forms of art well?
Celebrating Eid with a list of ten Muslim women who draw and create comics.
Diego Rivera paints Gabriel García Márquez' ONE HUNDRED YEARS OF SOLITUDE, and more author-artist match-ups.
YA fiction and nonfiction about girls who make art.
A tour of libraries in unexpected places, including on trains, tanks, and boats.
Fancy library cards shared in our February Instagram challenge!
Jess looks at the now-pulled J. Scott Campbell cover, which sexualizes a black teenage girl, and focuses on the criticisms that "fandom doesn't like art."
Four books about art crime. Should you buy, borrow, or bypass?
A look at the bookish and literary Google Doodles from the last three years, including Google Doodles from all around the world.
This isn’t even a drop in the pool of tears of Alice in Wonderland Art but here are 18 works worthy of pinning.