Until I find more. There are more somewhere. Most likely locked in storage. Until then, this all the rest what I have. I did all kinds of illustrations for New York Press articles from about 1994-2000.
This was in the listings probably of a screening of some 60's drug addiction film. That's my guess.
A symposium of Bust Magazine. I think I was told to make everyone Cathy.
These next two were for Mistress Ruby's column
The back of this says "Eddie Murphy". Anyone remember a film where he's in old person make-up and in prison? I think it was for a review of that.
Another Mistress Ruby illo. I think the guy in the wheelchair is supposed to be Larry Flynt.
For the listings for Karen Finley. At the time, Senator Jesse Helms was making a big deal about her getting an NEA grant.
Anytime I was able to use my He Aims to Please character as a stand-in for “dirty old man”, I would. I probably did more illustrations with him than I did strips in my own comics. This was for an adult bookstore in their Holiday Gift Guide one year.
Cousin Blew Them All was a book title I or someone saw somewhere, probably among the freebies in the front of the Screw offices, and that was something else I tried to fit in where I could.
Something about the NC-17 rating, and how the South Park movie was its latest potential casualty.
For article about Dogme 95 filmmaking.
About how in New York there wouldn't be any controversy over a Gay Pride Parade
Happy New Year, everyone!
Wish You Were Here, from James Montgomery Flagg - This postcard is from T.P. & Company, whose logo is a stag in a crest. It says it is Series 803, and seems to date to around 1911 or so. T.P. & Co. also ...
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