Maira Kalman - And the Pursuit of Happiness.
The font makes it difficult to read, but it's worth the effort. Food comes from farms, not from Safeway. Every child needs to learn that.
Maira Kalman is an illustrator, author and designer whose last column for Op-Extra, "The Principles of Uncertainty," ran from May of 2006 to April of 2007 and has been published as a book. She has written and illustrated 12 children's books, and her artwork is featured in a recent edition of Strunk and White's "Elements of Style." She recently created a panel story for The Rosenbach Museum and Library's 21st-Century Abe Web project. Her work is shown at the Julie Saul Gallery in Manhattan. Ms. Kalman lives in New York City and teaches graduate courses in design at the School of Visual Arts
I have to thank honkytonkyme for this lovely discovery- I absolutley love Kalman's art and sense of whimsy
Maira Kalman - May It Please the Court
ahhh. so beautiful.
Maira Kalman and her new Principles of Uncertainty
Maira Kalman is an illustrator, author and designer whose artwork is featured in a new edition of Strunk and White's, "The Elements of Style."
Artwork by Maira Kalman appearing on NY Times today. NY Times Select articles are free November 6 - November 12, 2006. Being in Paris always seems like a nice thing to do, n'est-ce pas?