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Corey Pandolph is a former Minor League Baseball mascot and NYC-based cartoonist/illustrator for The New Yorker, MAD Magazine and Adirondack Life. His work has been internationally syndicated in newspapers, featured on screen for Comedy Central and graced fine cocktail napkins across Manhattan. In addition, Corey has created storyboards and concept illustrations for VH1, MOTR Animation and Adult Swim. Currently, he is trying to write his first comic book based on his first unfinished crime novel.
Mr. Pandolph lives with his wife, Kristen and one white husky, Lulu. He also plays mediocre blues guitar and enjoys building things out of trees when he can. Most afternoons Corey can be found reading Elmore Leonard at Peter McManus Cafe in his home neighborhood of Chelsea. He asks that you approach him with caution and that you be smart about your cocktail choices while in his presence.
Style / Techniques:
Acrylic, Black & White, Caricature, Design, Graphic, Line with Color, Mixed Media, Pen & Ink, Pencil, Watercolor, Concept Art, Film/Entertainment
Subject / Specialties:
Humor, Adventure, Animals, Celebrities, Editorial, Nature, People, Political, Portrait, Posters, Wildlife, Urban, Branding