This issue is devoted to the work of two excellent mid-century illustrators. Artists whose names you may have never heard before, but whose work embodies all the attributes of the era.
ROBERT MEYERS, brilliant illustrator for The Saturday Evening Post and other slicks of the late 1950s, who became the owner of a dude ranch and was mysteriously murdered by a sniper attack in Wyoming. 36 pages.
BERNARD D'ANDREA, an artist from the legendary Cooper Studios best known for his illustrations of beautiful women and handsome men in fiction magazines of the 50s. 42 pages including an interview with the artist.