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Saturday 06| 8|02
Noted Illustrator

Recently found this site, about illustrator Jim Flora. He illustrated many album covers for Columbia and RCA. The site provides images of many of these covers as well as samples of some of his magazine work, a couple of interviews and a variety of other items testifying to the talent of this interesting illustrator.

Dr. Robert L. Leslie - of the AD gallery and PM and AD Magazine said this of Flora in the exhibition keepsake for the exhibition of Flora's work - "Flora succeeds in making you laugh, as every good cartoonist should. [But] while you're busy laughing, he's planning to murder you."

Posted by erin at 07:43 PM | in History


Thanks for the links to the Jim Flora Tribute pages. At the time that I stumbled across the link, I was looking for information on Jerome Snyder. Snyder was another illustrator of great caliber and character who worked in a slightly similar style to Flora. Let me know if you have any news or links on Jerome Snyder please. Thanks!!

Posted by Rob Dunlavey at June 13, 2002 07:26 AM

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