I recently got to try out a cool new accessory for the latest Wacom Cintiq Pro- Here's a rundown of the new Flex Arm!Read More >
Ed Steckley is a Reuben Award winning illustrator in New York City, specializing in illustration for children books, product packaging and advertising.
Clients include Spinmaster Toys, Abrams Books, Mad Magazine, lots of smaller magazines, more ad agencies than he’d care to shake a stick at, and has had artwork in a handful of galleries in the greater NYC area.
He is a member of the National Cartoonists Society, the Society of Illustrators and the International Society of Caricature Artists. He got into all during coincidental severe standards lapses at these organizations. Ed’s also currently the President of the Manhatten chapter of the National Cartoonist Society.
He enjoys talking in the third person.
I recently got to try out a cool new accessory for the latest Wacom Cintiq Pro- Here's a rundown of the new Flex Arm!Read More
If you're anywhere near Pittsburgh, stop on in to the Children’s Museum to see me, lots of original art of mine, vintage Rube Goldberg art and some really incredible machines!Read More
The new Mad Magazine is on the stands now, thought I'd talk about it a bit...Read More
I recently got interviewed on the great Cartoon Dumpling Podcast- Fun! Go have a listen!Read More
In the Chicago area? The weekend of the 21st and 22nd I'll be appearing at the 30th annual Rube Goldberg Machine Contest finals at the Museum of Science and Industry.Read More
Check out the newly added Events page! Lots of cool events coming up in 2018.Read More
On sale now, signed and personalized copies of Rube Goldberg's Simple Normal Humdrum School day!Read More
I'm a big fan of the podcast Tall Tale Radio, hosted by Tom Racine. Here's Tom's interview with me from NYCC 2017.Read More
Every now and then the good folks at Wacom send me new products to use and review- this one was long overdue!Read More
Just in the time for the holidays, I've completely sold out of signed copies of my book. It's going into a 4th printing(!)Read More