Month: September 2014

Mac Conner, illustrator

 

The Dark, Glamorous World of One of NYC's Real-Life Mad Men

Killer in the Club Car in This Week magazine, 1954. Photograph: Museum of the City of New York.

The Dark, Glamorous World of One of NYC's Real-Life Mad Men

Let’s Take a Trip Up the Nile, published in This Week magazine, 1950. Museum of the City of New York.

The Dark, Glamorous World of One of NYC's Real-Life Mad Men

Hold On Tight, published in Redbook, 1958. Museum of the City of New York.

The Dark, Glamorous World of One of NYC's Real-Life Mad MenThere’s Death For Remembrance, for This Week magazine, 1953. Astrid Cravens.

The Dark, Glamorous World of One of NYC's Real-Life Mad Men“The Girl Who Was Crazy About Jimmy Durante” in Woman’s Day, 1953. Museum of the City of New York.

The Dark, Glamorous World of One of NYC's Real-Life Mad Men

We Won’t Be Any Trouble, Collier’s, 1953. Museum of the City of New York.

The Dark, Glamorous World of One of NYC's Real-Life Mad Men

All The Good Guys Died, printed in Cosmopolitan, 1951. Astrid Cravens.

The Dark, Glamorous World of One of NYC's Real-Life Mad Men

Don’t Be Like Me, in Collier’s, 1953. Museum of the City of New York/Museum of the City of New York.

The Dark, Glamorous World of One of NYC's Real-Life Mad Men

Strictly Respectable, printed in Redbook, 1953. Museum of the City of New York.

The Dark, Glamorous World of One of NYC's Real-Life Mad Men

Where’s Mary Smith?, published in Good Housekeeping, 1950. Museum of the City of New York.

The Dark, Glamorous World of One of NYC's Real-Life Mad Men

How Do You Love Me, for Woman’s Home Companion, 1950. Museum of the City of New York.

Check out Mac Conner: A New York Life beginning on September 10th—it’s on until January 19th of next year.