Robert Grossman, Caricaturist

I've been a fan of Robert Grossman's ever since I first saw his work in The Beatles' Illustrated Lyrics: a drum majorette twirling a hammer and sickle for "Back in the U.S.S.R., perfect marriage of two opposing fantasies represented by the song.

Grossman's work shows up here and there (mostly "there", as in publications like The Nation and New York Observer), but I've always thought he belongs in the same ranks as David Levine and Drew Freidman. Now I'm happy to learn that he has a website up, and a profile in the New York Times.

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