Tag Archives: Glenn Bray

The Life and Dedication of Art Young: An Impassioned Cartoonist of Uncompromising Principle

A look at one of the early masters of the medium, an artist devoted to principle at a time when cartoonists weren’t yet noted for doing much more than making funny faces. Continue reading

 

Art Young Returns, and Nine More

At the top of Tumey’s stack of favorite books of 2017 sits a thick, five-pound book with about 800 old cartoons which are mostly political. Continue reading

 

Here’s the Thing About Collectors

Uber-collectors Glenn Bray and Lena Zwalve have invited many guests over the years to enjoy their collection of pop culture and sequential art, but with the publication of The Blighted Eye they have unleashed their eclectic tastes onto a broader audience Continue reading