Thursday, October 17, 2013

Tennis in Gahan Wilson's America

Size does matter. This copy of Gahan Wilson's America contains an original drawing on the subject of tennis.

Gahan Wilson, Inscribed with a drawing "To Rick/Nedvin/with/my/best/wishes/Gahan/Wilson" in Gahan Wilson's America. New York: Simon & Schuster, 1985
Gahan Wilson's America. New York: Simon & Schuster, 1985

Gahan Wilson, Inscribed with a drawing "To Rick/Nedvin/with/my/best/wishes/Gahan/Wilson" in Gahan Wilson's America. New York: Simon & Schuster, 1985

Note:  You can read more of my posts about Gahan Wilson here.

His New Yorker work is on view in the Cartoon Bank here.

The documentary "Gahan Wilson:  Born Dead, Still Weird" by Steven-Charles Jaffe has its website here. The movie completes its run in New York City at the IFC Center Theater today.

Gahan Wilson's 2009 radio interview on the Leonard Lopate Show is here.

For the latest news about Gahan Wilson, check out Ink Spill here.

There are some Gahan Wilson illustrations on The Pictorial Arts blog here well worth checking out.

Earlier posts about tennis are here.

Don't ask me to write about the recent government shutdown or the debt ceiling. I still believe the sequestration cuts are senseless. I said it here.


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