Nicholas Blechman

Creative Director at The New Yorker
Talk: Here at the New Yorker

Nicholas is a New York-based art director, illustrator and designer. Formerly the Art Director of The New York Times Book Review and The Times op-ed page, he is currently the Creative Director of the New Yorker. Since 1990 he has also published, edited and designed the political underground magazine NOZONE, featured in the Smithsonian Institution’s Design Triennial. His illustrations have appeared in GQ, Travel + LeisureWired and The New York Times. In 2012, Nicholas won the Rome Prize in Design at The American Academy In Rome, where he created Food Chains, an illustrated blog for The New York Times. He co-authors 100% Evil; a series of limited-edition illustrated books, with Christoph Niemann. The latest in this series, "Conversations",  will be published in 2017.

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