top
log-in
Stephen Kroninger
Ron Hauge's Year of Rejected New Yorker Covers
posted:

All this talk about rejected New Yorker covers reminded me of this great piece by Ron Hauge published in the December '83 issue of National Lampoon. I used to see a lot of Ron when he lived on the Lower East Side of Manhattan. He's since moved on to Hollywood where he's found great success as a writer on The Simpsons, Seinfield, Ren and Stimpy etc. Very funny man.


 Seeing these again took me back to when he was working on them and they hung on the walls of his apartment work space. 

 from the text: "Ron Hauge's drawings have been rejected by many leading publications, among them The New Yorker, Esquire, Rolling Stone, New York, Playboy, Saturday Review, and The New York Times Magazine. His work is still occasionally rejected by the National Lampoon."

 All Images COPYRIGHT © 1983 Ron Hauge


Recent Articles
Topics
Archive

Washington Square Park (22)

CITY SYMPHONY: Video and Production Art (51)

Children's Book Sketchbook (Psssst...It's Me the Bogeyman) (27)

Faces (14)

My Studio (49)

LINKS--ILLUSTRATION (76)

LINKS--COMICS AND CARTOONISTS (53)

LINKS--POSTERS (64)

LINKS--BOOK COVERS (13)

LINKS--TRADING CARDS (2)

LINKS--ANIMATION (16)

LINKS--RECORD ALBUM ART (22)

LINKS--Advertising (11)

LINKS--FINE ART (10)

LINKS--NEW YORK CITY (10)

LINKS--MISCELLANEOUS (20)
Links to Articles
Stephen Kroninger