Ms. Westphal devoted her life to, in her words, “the patterning of cloth on any surface available” — including quilts, kimonos, dresses and baskets.
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On hundreds of magazine covers and in newspaper pages, Mr. Grossman caricatured all manner of politicians and made puns on their names.
Easter Island is eroding. Joan Baez on her next chapter. Should some species be allowed to die out? And more.
Ms. Stein studied historical weaving techniques, sometimes with a microscope, to create her art. She also had a noteworthy sock-puppet sideline.
It would be something like time traveling, only — unlike time travelers in the movies — I would know the future without having a chance to change it.
As readers turn the page, the portraits undergo an ‘interactive’ transformation that represents the mission of the section.
Mr. Vadukul departed from depicting rappers as street toughs, taking a cinematically surreal approach with subjects like Eminem and Dr. Dre.
A former child prodigy and a future painter, Mr. Aron, as a teenager, survived seven Nazi camps on scraps of food from guards whose portraits he drew.
Her welded-metal sculptures were known for their grace and sense of motion.
A caustic cornerstone of Boston’s comedy scene, Mr. Crimmins became a crusader against online child pornographers early in the internet age.