Edward Sorel is an illustrator, cartoonist and designer, known for his work for The Nation, The Atlantic Monthly and The New Yorker. After graduating from the Cooper Union School of Art, he co-founded the Push Pin Studios with Milton Glaser and Seymour Chwast. He has also made covers for Harper's Magazine, Fortune, Forbes, Esquire, American Heritage, and The New York Times Magazine. Sorel's comic strips have appeared in The Nation, the Village Voice and Penthouse. His drawings have been exhibited in galleries and museums in Europe and the United States.
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