Peter Kuper's illustrations and comics appear regularly in Time, Newsweek, The New York Times, and MAD, where he illustrates SPY vs. SPY every month. ¡Presente! received his permission to use one of his images in the Summer 2007 issue.
To see his art, visit PeterKuper.com
Peter Kuper has written and illustrated many books including Comics Trips, a journal of an eight-month trip through Africa and Southeast Asia.
Other works include Stripped - An Unauthorized Autobiography, Mind's Eye, The System, a wordless graphic novel and adaptations of numerous short stories of Franz Kafka collected in Give It Up!. All of these are sampled in Speechless, a coffee table art book covering his career up to 2000.
In 1979 he co-founded the political comix magazine World War 3 Illustrated and remains on its editorial board to this day. Since 1986 he has taught courses in comics and illustration at the School of Visual Arts and currently at Parsons in New York City and is also an art director of INX, a political illustration group syndicated through the web at inxart.com.
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