Before he became a Dr.


Before he became immortal as the creator of the Cat in The Hat, The Grinch and Horton, Theodor Seuss Geisel made a living creating advertising campaigns that were at least as hilarious and strange (most notably the “Quick, Henry, the Flit” campaign). Check out The Advertising Artwork of Dr. Seus for a very complete overview.

While you’re at it, Dr Seuss Went To War, a website by the Mandeville Special Collections Library , offers a meticulously complete overview of the editorial cartoons Geisel produced during the Second World War for the New York newspaper PM. It’s nice to see how he referred to his other work, as the example below shows…


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  1. jean robert says:


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