From Gahan Wilson’s step-son, Paul Winters, this plea to help with Mr. Wilson’s memory care.
Mr. Winters writes that his step-father is suffering from severe dementia.
Mr. Wilson began contributing to The New Yorker in 1976, but he is as well known for his work in Playboy and The National Lampoon. To say he is one of the towering figures in the cartoon universe is not an understatement.
Here are two of his numerous cartoon collections, and a promotional poster from the terrific 2013 Steven Charles-Jaffe documentary, Born Dead, Still Weird.