Anita Kunz

Feasting on the President: Illustration in the Age of Trump

We can’t get away from Donald Trump. Newspapers, magazines, TV, radio, internet, Twitter(!). Everywhere, every day, every hour. Some people feed on it. Others tune out. Others are angry and want action, if not to impeach him, to make sure he’s not reelected. One thing for sure, the presidency of Donald Trump has been...

Clutter My World

I wish I’d come up with “Clutter My World,” but I stole the line from Laura Levine. That Laura is one smartypants—rock photographer, illustrator, filmmaker, and owner of the business I’d most like to work for—Homer and Langley’s Mystery Spot, in Phoenicia, New York. The seven-room shop is named for Homer and Langley Collyer—brothers who...

Osama Been Rejected

A call. An idea. A blog post. That’s how it works at The Daily Heller. So when Rick Meyerowitz called (waking me from a deep sleep) to assertively suggest: “Why not have some illustrators show their Osama sketches and rejects, there have to be a bunch . . .” . . . we jumped...