List of Past & Current INX artists

INX Artists K—O

David G Klein
David G Klein is a third generation graphic artist. He started his career in his father’s ad agency, doing design and print production. Klein’s grandfather taught typography at the New York High School of Art & Design. Klein attended Pratt, where his father previously taught.Up to this point Klein has made a career doing pretty much the kind of thing you see here for all the usual suspects, with periodic forays into book illustration and sometimes comix. He presently is working on a graphic novel entitled
The Golem's Voice. Klein rollerblades in Brooklyn’s Prospect Park. He lives nearby with his children, Efraim and Raquel.

Igor Kopelnitsky Igor Kopelnitsky was born in the Ukraine in 1946. He graduated Novosibirsk University in 1970 and immigrated to the United States in1990. His work has appeared in The New York Times, Newsday and many top US publications and he has contributed to INX from the first days he arrived in America.

Ira Korman
Ira Korman was born in New York City. He is currently pursuing a career as a fine artist in California, producing realistic portraits in charcoal.

Martin Kozlowski
Since 1980 Martin Kozlowski has chronicled the social and political scenes in a wide range of publications, including
Barron's, The New York Times, Newsday and The Wall Street Journal.
He has contributed to INX since 1984 and has art directed the weekly editorial illustration service since 1988. His comic strips have appeared in The Hartford Courant, The New York Sun, The Earth Times, Fortune and The Daily Star in Beirut, Lebanon. He designed print material for a dozen years at his own firm in New York City and has worked as an art director at The New York Times, most notably on The Op-ed page.
His work has appeared in numerous exhibitions, including shows in New York, Paris, Santa Fe and Calgary, Canada and he has lectured at several colleges, including his alma mater, Parsons School of Design. He's the editor-in-chief of Now What Media, the co-author and illustrator of
2102 Doomsday Planner and the co-illustrator of Love the Sinner, Hate the Cinema.
He works out of his studio in Jersey City, NJ, where he lives with his wife, daughter, and a gimpy affenpinscher.

Peter Kuper Peter Kuper was co-art director of INX for 20 years. His illustrations and comics have appeared in magazines around the world including Time, The New York Times and MAD where he has written and illustrated SPY vs. SPY every month since 1997. He co-founded World War 3 Illustrated, a political comix magazine and has remained on its editorial board to this day.
He has produced over two dozen books including
The System, Sticks and Stones, and Stop Forgetting To Remember. He has also adapted Upton Sinclair's The Jungle and many of Franz Kafka's works into comics including The Metamorphosis. Peter lived in Oaxaca, Mexico from July 2006-2008 during a major teachers’ strike and his work from that time can be seen in his book Diario de Oaxaca. His next book Drawn To New York will be published in the Spring of 2013.
He has been teaching comics courses for 25 years in New York and is a visiting professor at Harvard University.

Matthew Martin
Matthew Martin has been a cartoonist for
The Times of London, The New Yorker, and The Sydney Morning Herald. He lives in Sydney, Australia. From 1990 until 2001 he lived in New York City, where he freelanced as an illustrator for magazines and newspapers, principally The New York Times, Time and The Village Voice. He illustrates children’s books and adult’s books, and since 1987 he has produced 150 graphics and T-shirts for the surf wear company, Mambo.

Robert Neubecker
A founding member of INX and an illustrator for thirty years, Neubecker is currently on the staff of, He is a regular contributor to Business Week, Time, The Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal and The Los Angeles Times. He has worked for nearly everything in print over the years, notably Newsweek's cover department and a long apprenticeship with The New York Times. Robert recently did the poster and collateral illustrations for the movie Sideways, winning the prestigious Key award for best comedy poster of 2004.
His books for children include Wow! City!, an American Library Association Notable Children’s Book Award winner for 2005, Wow! America!, Beasty Bath, and Courage of the Blue Boy.

Laird Ogden Laird Ogden is a New York-based visual artist, whose career has spanned illustration, graphic design, animation and filmmaking. A contributor to INX since 1997, his freelance illustrations and comics have appeared in numerous online and print publications. Filmmaking credits include the web series Nature Minute and Captain Stargood, and the independent feature film Pretty Broken Things.
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