Ed Steed is a New Yorker illustrator of British origin and an architect by training. He lives in Taipei. His is an ironic, lucid and corrosive view in the line of the great cartoonists who are form one of the publication’s tours de force. Thanks to the continued use of illustration, the New Yorker magazine has promoted the discovery of major illustrators and journalists who have established themselves as classics within the world of social or political satire, a profession where speed of ideas and an acid wit are essential for portraying the absurd side of the everyday world.

Posted on 31/07/2017


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