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May 18, 2018

Tom Richmond's mad-good portrait skills earned him the cover illustration for this week’s Commercial Observer... (more)

December 7, 2017

Tom Richmond shares a sneak peek of his upcoming full page illustration for the next issue of MAD Magazine, their end-of-year “20 Dumbest People, Events, and Things” issue. Coming in hot at #8: everyone’s favorite infantile, nuke-wielding world leaders.  (more)

October 24, 2017

Tom Richmond illustrated a very funny, totally un-authorized parody book, “Superman and the Miserable, Horrible, No Good, Really Bad Day,” just published by MAD Books and now available for your Holiday gift-giving convenience. (more)

October 3, 2017

Tom Richmond proudly illustrated the cover of this month’s MAD Magazine, featuring a binge-mock cast portrait of the TV show “Stranger Things".  (more)

May 22, 2017

Tom Richmond was commissioned by and longtime (and departing) cast member of Saturday Night Live, Bobby Moynihan, to create this group illustration of the cast as well as a few of the guest highlights from this year. Congrats on a stellar season… (more)

March 8, 2017

Tom Richmond illustrated MAD‘s newest kids book parody, Superman and the Miserable, Rotten, No Fun, Really Bad Day.  Since Goodnight Batcave did so well last year, MAD decided to follow it up with another classic takeoff, in bookstores October 17th. (more)

December 8, 2016

Tom Richmond is spanning the globe this month, first with a caricature workshop in London and then off to India for three days at Dehli Comic Con!  This illustration, an exclusive for the show, is an imaginary MAD cover featuring Alfred as popular Bollywood actor Rajinikanth.  (more)

November 3, 2016

Tom Richmond’s latest crowd scene illustration for Sports Illustrated Kids brings together this year’s most notable athletes for a Thanksgiving Feast. (more)

October 31, 2016

Tom Richmond’s illustration reminds all of you little pumpkins to stay safe out there tonight! (more)

October 4, 2016

Tom Richmond’s latest illustrative opus for MAD Magazine bids a fond and funny farewell to our Mic-Dropper-in-Chief, Barack Obama. (more)