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"I've been interested in doing caricatures for as long as I can remember," states illustrator Kevin Greene as to the origins of his interest in the caricature art form. "I was a huge fan of Al Hirschfeld and Bruce Stark (who recently passed away). They both did TV Guide covers which my parents subscribed to, so I saw a lot of their work. Also, Stark did work for the NY Daily News so I got to see his sports caricatures, which are amazing. I also read Mad Magazine where I saw Mort Drucker's work. Incredible. His ability to do caricatures in a sequential art format is beyond belief. I still look for movie parodies that he's done in Mad back issues and collections."

After graduating from the High School of Art and Design and then the School of Visual Arts in New York, Kevin went on to produce caricature work for several magazines and websites, »

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