Maira Kalman: The illustrated woman

We've gotten quite a few queries about this video that we've decided to re-post it:

"Author and illustrator Maira Kalman talks about her life and work,
from her covers for The New Yorker to her books for children and
grown-ups. She is as wonderful, as wise and as deliciously off-kilter
in person as she is on paper.


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One thought on “Maira Kalman: The illustrated woman

  1. Oh, THANK YOU for this wonderful video clip. Puts a new meaning on the way life is looked upon. Makes me want to break out my copy of White’s book and read it like a novel and enjoy the words on the page. Not that I would really ever adhere to those Styples of Writing.

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