Tag: Maurice Sendak

I missed the Maurice Sendak exhibit at the┬áSociety of Illustrators in New York City earlier this summer, but thankfully there’s a book cataloging the amazing illustrations from it called┬áMaurice Sendak: A Celebration of the Artist and His Work. The book includes original sketches and artwork from the hand of Maurice Sendak himself that show the […]


In a continuation of posts celebrating the life of Maurice Sendak, here’s WiRED’s version which includes some large images of Sendak’s illustrations. Some well known, and others less known.


I love this tribute article to the late Maurice Sendak — author and artist who passed away yesterday at the age of 83 — by Fast Co. Sendak is most famous for his children’s book Where The Wild Things Are that explained life not in candy-coated terms but as a realistic and sometimes scary place. […]