Sand Sculpture, an Offbeat Dentist's Office, Blissie's Buffet, "Wow, It's Hot Out There", a Red and Green "Last Supper" Painting, a Musical Jewelry Box, the Gizzards Appetizer and the Quail Combo, a Chocolate-Tasting Lunch, the Tantric Lady in Pink, the H-E-B Food Sample Hawkers, Red Snapper Art, Emerging Polaroid Photographers, the Fashionista Voice-Over Diva, and "Oops, the Plane Needs Fuel"
Have in Common?
Milton Simpson, a graphic designer and collector of American folk art, was a partner for many years in the award-winning design firm of Johnson & Simpson Graphic Designers. Simpson has designed numerous illustrated books for publishers, museums and corporations. He is the author of "Windmill Weights" (recognized for excellence by the American Institute of Graphic Arts) and "Folk Erotica: Celebrating Centuries of Erotic Americana" (Harper Collins). Born and raised in New York City, he still lives and works there.
So, what's with this family? Published August 04, 2011
From Fort Dix To Korea: A Photobook 1951-1953 Milt Simpson Published February 11, 2011
Windmill Weights Published December 21, 2009
John Mohr: He was a friend of mine Published November 03, 2009