(1896 - 1980)
Norman Theodore Mingo was active/lived in New York. Norman Mingo is known for illustrator-humorous portrait.
Biography Norman Mingo
Best known for his illustration portraits of Alfred E Neuman, Norman Mingo was an illustrator for "Mad Magazine". He also worked for Pocket Books doing paperback covers and did sexy pin-ups for men's magazines, as well as story art for "American Weekly", "Ladies' Home Journal" and "Pictorial Review". He also did paper dolls of Deanna Durbin but in the mid 1950s made his landmark drawings of Neuman for Mad Magazine, after Mingo (on paper) had retired from having worked for that company for 20 years.
The name, Alfred E Neuman, was not original to Mingo as it was the name of a known musical conductor and a similar face had appeared on patent medicine labels in the early 20th century. Neuman's expression "What Me Worry" had also been ar
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