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Quite, Quite Mad

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Tuesday, March 12, 2013

If you’ve ever perused Mad Magazine, you’ll know just the kind of overwhelming mish-mash of imagery to expect when you visit Mad Man, Scott Bricher’s art for Mad Magazine.

Bricher was a childhood fan of Mad. Through freelancing connections, he eventually became a staff member. His work was some of the first in color for the magazine, and it’s often a whirlwind ride of satirical content, bright and quite, quite mad.

Through March 29, free, Oresman Gallery, Hillyer, Brown Fine Arts Center, 9 Elm St., Smith College, Northampton, www.smith.edu.

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