New Yorker illustrator Barry Blitt to speak at Johns Hopkins

Award-winning illustrator and cartoonist Barry Blitt will speak at Johns Hopkins University this April.

From depictions of a a flooded Bush White House after Hurricane Katrina to clever illustrations of Russian President Vladimir Putin and President Donald Trump's relationship, award-winning illustrator Barry Blitt is widely known for his politcal commentary through imagery. This April, the cartoonist will discuss his talents at Johns Hopkins University, according to a recent press release.

Blitt, who has created illustrations and drawn more than 80 covers for The New Yorker, will host a presentation about his work, entitled “In One Eye and Out the Other,” on April 3. The illustrator's work has also appeared in the New York Times, Vanity Fair and more. 

If you go
Attend award-winning illustrator Barry Blitt’s presentation “In One Eye and Out the Other” at Johns Hopkins University. 5:30 p.m. April 3. F. Ross Jones Building, Mattin Center, Room 101. 3400 N. Charles St. Free and open to the public. krieger.jhu.edu.

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