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Tuesday, March 13, 2012

Mick Wiggins at UALR

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Mick Wiggins, Alpaca Fever
  • Mick Wiggins, "Alpaca Fever"

An exhibition of works by Little Rock illustrator Mick Wiggins in Gallery III of the Fine Arts Center at UALR is scheduled to go down in 12 short days.

Wiggins — a transplant from Berkeley, Calif., where he lived and worked for 30 years — has had work in the Wall Street Journal and New York Magazine, counts AT&T and Simon & Schuster among his clients and recently completed a series of cover illustrations commissioned by Penguin Classics for the entire John Steinbeck catalogue. Wiggins works in a clean, flat style reminiscent of illustrations of the 1930s. The work will be up through March 22.

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