The works of Istvan Banyai, an innovative Hungarian-born artist, will be displayed in "Istvan Banyai: Stranger in a Strange Land," part of the Distinguished Illustrator Series, at the Norman Rockwell Museum in Stockbridge through May 5.
Growing up in Queens, Carolita Johnson was oblivious to everything. Politics existed in the periphery, and drawing was a hobby best executed in Bic pen on computer paper. Now she's a cartoonist who regularly publishes in the New Yorker.
An Ikea heart pillow attacks its owner with a knife. A body blends into a wall of Internet memes like a Redditing chameleon. A picnicking couple is smothered by a pile of corn. These are all scenes that you will find in Margeaux Walter's photographs or short films.