Seth Tobocman EPSON MFP imageSeth Tobocman is a comic book artist whose work often deals with political issues from a radical and independent point of view. He founded the magazine World War 3 Illustrated with Peter Kuper in 1979 and has been part of the editorial collective ever since. His work has appeared in The New York Times, The Village Voice, Heavy Metal and many other magazines. He is author of a number of graphic books some of whch have been translated into French, Italian, Korean, Spanish and Greek. including:YOU DON’T HAVE TO FUCK PEOPLE OVER TO SURVIVE, WAR IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD, PORTRAITS OF ISRAELIS AND PALESTINIANS, DISASTER AND RESISTANCE, UNDERSTANDING THE CRASH, LEN (a lawyer in history) and THE FACE OF STRUGGLE.Tobocman’s art has been shown at the Museum Of Modern Art, The New Museum Of Contemporary Art, The Museum Of The City Of Ravenna, Exit Art and Abcnorio. His images have been used as posters, murals, banners and tattoos by peoples movements from Squatters in New York’s Lower East Side to the African National Congress in South Africa.