By Barry Blitt
Barry Blitt is a cartoonist and illustrator. Since 1992, he has contributed illustrations and more than a hundred covers to The New Yorker. In 2020, he won the Pulitzer Prize for editorial cartooning, for work that included several covers for the magazine, as well as an array of cartoons that appeared in its pages and on its Web site. Blitt’s work has also appeared in Vanity Fair, Time, Rolling Stone, and The Atlantic, and he illustrated Frank Rich’s weekly column in the New York Times. He has been honored with exhibitions and awards from the Society of Illustrators, Print, and American Illustration, and is a member of the Art Directors Club Hall of Fame. His work for children includes “George Washington’s Birthday” and “Once Upon a Time, the End (Asleep in 60 Seconds).” His latest book,“Blitt,” is a compilation of his illustrations for The New Yorker, the Times, Vanity Fair, and other publications.
Barry Blitt’s Pulitzer Prize-Winning Covers and Cartoons
The longtime New Yorker contributor Barry Blitt was awarded the 2020 Pulitzer Prize for editorial cartooning for these covers and cartoons.