Robert Neubecker
October 2010
This is another Book Review piece, this time for the L.A. Times. It was for a novel (I got one short paragraph) of lives intertwined and a bondage metaphor- but not the fun kind...

It had to work in B&W too- so I did a separate version- I never just let them convert it.

This and That
This was for for a piece about the old saw- "Can men and women ever truly be friends?" I don't do sketches for Slate- there isn't time, my deadlines are three hours or less. Once or twice a year, I get one tossed back at me. The editors here thought that the bed was too loaded- but they liked the expressions- just wanted a couch. A little surgery- and there you go- to press, er post.

I did thid today for The Washington Post- it was about how the black community used to be a unified political whole- but is now splintering throughout the socio- economic spectrum. Sketches first:

I try this one every now and then- nobody ever gets it...

Here's the final art; we weren't sure if it would run in color or B&W so I gave them two versions.

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