Editorial Art By Artist R Kikuo Johnson.
ABOUT R KIKUO JOHNSON
Kikuo grew up on the island of Maui. He began a career in cartooning and illustration with the release of his debut graphic novel, Night Fisher in 2005. Since then, his award winning drawings have appeared on magazine covers, book jackets, in ad campaigns, animated films, and in galleries around the world. He divides his time drawing and playing the ukulele in Brooklyn New York and teaching at the Rhode Island School of Design.
Illustrations to accompany the Atlantic’s cover story, “How America Lost Its Mind” by Kurt Anderson. “The nation’s current post-truth moment is the ultimate expression of mind-sets that have made America exceptional throughout its history.” Art director: Paul Spella
Cover and feature illustrations for an article about college students and their helicopter parents for Georgia State University Magazine.
Art direction: Eric Capossela
Alexander Hamilton illustrations for Columbia University Magazine.
Art direction: Jeffrey Saks