Posts Tagged ‘magazine’

Fotographical Friday: Still #1.

December 15, 2017

Shocking image, ain’t it. No more shocking than that MAD Magazine is moving from NYC – its home since its inception 65 years ago – to Burbank. On Monday night editors, staff and contributors, both past and present, gathered at send-off party…and I got as many of them to sign this infamous image as I could. As a kid reading MAD I dreamt of being one of “the usual gang of idiots.” Many thanks to my first editor, Jon Bresman, for the encouragement and guidance to make that happen, and to my second editor, Ryan Flanders, for keeping that dream alive and becoming a dear friend in the process.

The Mummy Returns…and Returns…and Returns…

September 16, 2008

One of my steady gigs is doing illustrations for a children’s archaeological magazine called Dig. I draw for a section called “Ask Dr Dig” where kids write in and ask questions of a real archaeologist. The one thing I’ve learned from this is that kids sure do like mummies and want to know all about them. And so I end up drawing a lot of them. (Just taking a glance through my archive files, I’ve done eight in the last 2 1/2 years.) Here’s a sampling: