Ball point pen on newsprint
Jerelle Kraus is the award-winning New York Times art director whose thirty-year tenure includes a record thirteen years at Op-Ed. A champion of illustration, she's commissioned the brightest stars in the industry to reflect the nations political and cultural pulse. Hundreds of artists, expert at pushing the buttons of the most powerful and the boundaries of what's acceptable. Unfortunately, the realities of publishing, have allowed a few vocal critics threatening to cancel a subscription to influence what the rest of us see on the pages of our Times. Some of the most thought provoking and interesting drawings went unpublished....until now.
All the Art That's Fit to Print (And Some That Wasn't): Inside The New York Times Op-Ed Page
A must have book of great art.