Before rising to the status of renowned illustrator, jazz enthusiast Arnold Roth worked his way up as a busking art student, struggling cartoonist and record-label designer. Finally, his work made it into publications such as The New York Times, Time and The New Yorker. Check out his pieces, which combine satire and artistic expertise, for a wintertime pick-me-up.—Natalia Schwien
"The Pen-Ultimate Arnold Roth: 60 Years (and Counting) as a Freelance"
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|Cross street:||between Park and Lexington Aves|
|Opening hours:||Tue 10am–8pm, Wed–Fri 10am–5pm, Sat noon–4pm|
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