Barry Blitt

Barry Blitt

Barry Blitt is a contemporary American illustrator and cartoonist known for his distinctive and satirical style. His career in the field of visual arts began in the 1990s, and he gained prominence through his work for The New Yorker magazine. Blitt became especially famous for his provocative and often controversial cover illustrations, which cleverly comment on various political and cultural issues of the time. His illustrations are characterized by their bold and expressive linework, exaggerated figures, and a touch of whimsy. Blitt's visual style combines humor, wit, and social commentary, making his work instantly recognizable and highly influential in the world of illustration.

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SOMETHING in the style of Barry Blitt

See also

The New YorkerCharlie HebdoDavid CarsonMaurice Sendak