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Embedded Artists

War time (“witness”) artists Michael D. Fay, Victor Juhasz, and Steve Mumford, who will be presenting at an event at the Society of Illustrators, discuss their work and the differences between art and photojournalism.

Antonio Petruccelli's Little-Known Genius

Antonio Petruccelli published 28 covers, interiors, and infographics for Fortune between 1933 and 1945. He was a precisionist with a keen sense of wit and whimsy. His work is known to a few today, but otherwise forgotten. That’s why, if …

R. Crumb's Sketchbooks

Robert “R.” Crumb is one of my favorite artists. Underground cartoonist, designer, illustrator, “drawer”—they all seem like inadequate titles when attached to his body of work. There was a show recently at the Society of Illustrators in New York City …

A Report on Comic-Con… and Covert CIA Actions

Last week’s Comic-Con at San Diego’s Convention Center was overloaded with activities. If you were a Hollywood celeb–obsessed fan you may have spent much, if not most, of your time stuck in lines. But if you were a lover of …

From Ashcan to Hall of Fame: The Illustrations of John Sloan

John Sloan (1871–1951), best known as a painter of the New York passing scene, began his career as an illustrator in Philadelphia for newspapers, books, and magazines. His strongest work was social in tone, texture, and emotion, which led him …