Dan Reynolds (cartoonist)
|Notable work(s)||Reader's Digest|
Dan Reynolds (born 1960) began drawing cartoons in December 1989 at the age of twenty-nine. His work is seen nationally on greeting cards with American Greetings brand Recycled Paper Greetings and Papyrus Greetings, as well as in Reader's Digest.
Reynolds is best known for his cartoon series, Reynolds Unwrapped.
His work appears in almost every issue of Reader's Digest (where he is known for his cow, pig and chicken cartoons) and in stores featuring major greeting cards published by Recycled Paper Greetings, Papyrus and Nobleworks.
Reynolds' work also appeared in the opening episode of the 2002 episode of HBO's The Sopranos and the cover of a National Lampoon cartoon book collection. His baseball cartoons are in the Cooperstown National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum.
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