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Norman Mingo (American, 1896-1980)

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Norman Mingo (American, 1896-1980): A prolific magazine illustrator in the Norman Rockwell vein, in 1956 Mingo answered a New York Times ad for an illustrator, and was selected by Mad publisher William M. Gaines to create a polished version of Mad’s mascot, Alfred E. Neuman. Norman Mingo created several Mad covers in 1956-7 before leaving the magazine. He returned to Mad in 1962 and painted most of its front covers until 1976. His last Mad cover appeared on issue #211 for the December 1979 issue.

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