About

conscience.detailLouis Netter is a practicing illustrator, graphic designer, animator and educator. His illustrations have been published in The Stranger, Stocks and Commodities Magazine, Sub-terrain, The Rockford Review, Cimarron Review, the book Craps with Einstein by Mickey Day, and the book The TV Magic of Quick Fixes published by Benchmark Education Press. He has taught at Parsons School of Design, Westchester Community College, College of New Rochelle and SUNY Purchase. His most recent book is a collection of his artwork and musings called “Life’s Too Short For Nuance.”  He has an animated film called Cakeaters and he is working on his next film due in early 2010. He operates his own website at http://www.louisnetter.com/.

Like the kid in his middle school class drawing his teacher with a thick wart addled nose, and wild electric hair, drawing is at once engaging and provocative and, inexcusably cruel and petty. My reportage drawings carry with them the weight of their weary creator. Drawing Americans in particular is an activity fraught with outrage and deep, penetrating sadness. We are at the end of at least one kind of world. If what is revealed in my drawings is true then we are screwed. If they are the product of my paranoid delusions then I guess we are safe. For now anyway. Enjoy the drawings and feel free to contact me at lou@louisnetter.com. My website is at: www.louisnetter.com.

My book Life’s Too Short For Nuance is available here: Amazon

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