printed periodicals of the 1980s. I had contributed art for several covers of Factsheet Five. Well lo and behold one of my covers was on display in 2016 in the NY State Library, in its Factsheet Five collection.
That's my work in the lower-left corner. It's a student in math class getting a detention slip for reading an issue of Factsheet Five behind her algebra book.
This particular layout is meant to display how the Factsheet Five art changed over the years. My art uses the spot color printing technique - and I had to do the spot color separations myself. Hey, at least my one year spent at the Philadelphia Printing School was good for something.
Then they went into 4-color printing process work but I had moved on by then, having gotten my very own Macintosh computer in 1988.
Another one of my covers was apparently chosen for the "Factsheet Five Archive Project." Presumably because they like the logo I created for the t-shirt. I couldn't help but leave a comment.
Damn they also made it their banner art on Twitter.
AND some Factsheet Five issues are at archive.org.
And here's issue #34 at the Poopsheet Foundation site - it actually mentions my name, for a change.
I'm pretty sure I did a third cover, which was an allusion to the Pandora myth. I haven't seen it online - I think that was probably my best cover too. I'll have to look around in my paper-based archives and see if I can find it.
I actually did previously mention my connection to FF on this blog back in 2008.