Cartoonist/Illustrator, Spy vs. Spy, World War 3 Illustrated
Peter Kuper's illustrations and comics have appeared in hundreds of publications, including Time, the New York Times, and MAD magazine, where he has written and illustrated Spy vs. Spy every month since 1997. He is the co-founder of the political comics zine World War 3 Illustrated and has remained on its editorial board for over 30 years. Kuper has produced over 20 books (primarily graphic novels), including The System, Sticks and Stones, Speechless, and Stop Forgetting to Remember. He has also adapted Upton Sinclair's The Jungle and many of Franz Kafka's works, including The Metamorphosis, into comics. His next book, Drawn to New York, will be published in the fall.
He has been teaching courses in comics at The School of Visual Arts since 1988.