Art: Hyphenated Designers

Jan Le Witt and George Him are two artists who work as one. To millions who have seen their art, they are known simply as Lewitt-Him, and for 20 years they have been turning out some of the most imaginative posters, advertising art and book illustrations of the day. Last week Lewitt-Him, visiting Manhattan from England, were proudly strolling about the Associated American Artists Galleries exhibiting their first two-man show in the U.S. Among the exhibits:

¶ A wartime poster for Britain's Ministry of Food, featuring "The Vegetabull," a fanciful creature formed by carrots, turnips, celery, tomatoes, cauliflower, etc.

¶ An...

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