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Harvey Kurtzman Postcard


Harvey Kurtzman Postcard
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    "Harvey Kurtzman." No. 104 in the KSP Postcard Series

    (No. 2 of 18 in the Famous Cartoonist Postcard sub-set).

    Kurtzman (1924-1993) created MAD, which he made into the most influential humor magazine in America. Kurtzman also founded and edited Humbug (1957-58), Trump (1957) and Help! (1960-65), humor magazines featuring top artists, writers and comedians. Kurtzman created the classic surrealist comic Hey Look! (1946-49) and, with Will Elder, Little Annie Fanny for Playboy (1962-1989). 4" x 6" sepia tone on heavy card stock.


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    Harvey Kurtzman Postcard

    "Harvey Kurtzman." No. 104 in the KSP Postcard Series

    (No. 2 of 18 in the Famous Cartoonist Postcard sub-set).

    Kurtzman (1924-1993) created MAD, which he made into the most influential humor magazine in America. Kurtzman also founded and edited Humbug (1957-58), Trump (1957) and Help! (1960-65), humor magazines featuring top artists, writers and comedians. Kurtzman created the classic surrealist comic Hey Look! (1946-49) and, with Will Elder, Little Annie Fanny for Playboy (1962-1989). 4" x 6" sepia tone on heavy card stock.

    $2.50