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Remembering George Delmerico
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George Delmerico in his office. Photograph by Allen Reuben

The Village Voice was a very different and relevant animal in the late seventies and early eighties. George Delmerico was its art director. I quit art school and moved to NYC based on a kind note from George. It was where I first saw work by Jules Feiffer, Stan Mack, Ed Sorel, Mark Alan Stamaty, Walter Gurbo, Sylvia Plachy, James Hamilton, Philip Burke and others. All gods in my book. George died recently. Robert Newman collected memories from his friends and colleagues put together this remembrance for The Society of Publication Designers website. Bob was another of its great art directors back when you still had to pay for ithe Voice. Give it a read.
SPD: Remembering George Delmerico, Longtime Art Director of The Village Voice


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