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Illustration

The winner of the 2016 Turner Prize discusses skeuomorphism, skins and soup - from issue 155

By Helen Marten

A different kind of post-internet: the comics of Brian K. Vaughan

By Jörg Heiser

A number of young artists such as Patrick Goddard, Marie Jacotey and Stuart Middleton are exploring the possibilites of the graphic novel

By Patrick Langley

A new illustration by Pablo Helguera

By Pablo Helguera

In our regular series focusing on a single work by an artist, Phoebe Blatton considers Donna Huddleston's monumental new drawing

By Phoebe Blatton

Artist Peter Wächtler talked to Walter Swennen about the pitfalls of poetry and painting as an impure practice

By Peter Wächtler and Walter Swennen
Gerda Wegener, Queen of Hearts (Lili), Paris, 1928, oil on canvas, 100 × 81 cm. Courtesy Arken Museum of Modern Art, Ishøj; photograph: Morten Pors

Arken Museum of Modern Art, Ishøj, Denmark

By Laura Smith

New Museum, New York, USA

By David Reisman
Jockum Nordström, Inability, 2014  watercolour, graphite, collage on paper, 64 × 45 cm. Courtesy: David Zwirner, New York/London

The intermingling of art and illustration in the work of Catrin Morgan, Jockum Nordström, Tomi Ungerer

By Charlie Fox
State of Affairs, 1982, collage  on paper, 42 × 28 cm. All images courtesy: the artist and RODEO, Istanbul and London

Wolf-whistling at fallen angels in Lukas Duwenhögger’s imagined worlds

By Charlie Fox
When Things Don’t Work Out, 2014, oil, watercolour, pastel, oilstick  on linen, 1.4 × 1 m. All images courtesy  Casey Kaplan, New York, Marc Foxx Gallery, Los Angeles, and Tanya Leighton, Berlin

Illustration and art history collide in Sanya Kantarovsky’s paintings

By Scott Roben
Gino Starace’s original cover design adapted for the film poster for Fantômas,1913. Courtesy: Scala, Florence

20th-century illustrations of Fantômas

By Erik Morse