Mike Hinge

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Mike Hinge in his Staten Island neighborhood bar just before returning to New Zealand in 1984, photo by Jeff Schalles

Mike Hinge (born Michael Barry Hinge, Auckland, August 9, 1931 – Philadelphia, August 2003) was an illustrator and graphic designer.

His work included portraits with a pop art influence for the cover of Time magazine: Japanese Emperor Hirohito in October, 1971 and Richard Nixon, as the Watergate crisis deepened, in November 1973. The artwork for both covers are now held by the Smithsonian.

References[edit]

  • Cardy, Tom (12 November 2003). "Obituary: Michael Barry Hinge, illustrator and graphic designer. B Auckland, August 9, 1931, Philadelphia, August 2003". ONYX Cube (archived). The Dominion Post. Retrieved 2 April 2014.