Arthur Radebaugh

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Arthur Radebaugh
BornMay 1906
DiedJanuary 17, 1974(1974-01-17) (aged 67)
OccupationIllustrator, comics artist

Arthur Radebaugh (1906–1974) was a futurist, illustrator, airbrush artist, and industrial designer. He produced a significant body of work for automotive industry advertisements. He was noted for his artistic experimentation with fluorescent paint under black light,[1][2] an interest that stemmed from his design work for the U.S. Army. From 1958 to 1963 he produced the syndicated Sunday comic strip Closer Than We Think! for the Chicago Tribune-New York News Syndicate.[3] [4]


  1. ^ "Black Light Magic." (May 2, 1947). Portsmouth Times
  2. ^ (March 6, 1950). Life Magazine
  3. ^ Holtz, Allan. "Obscurity of the Day: Closer Than We Think," Stripper's Guide (Sunday, May 21, 2006).
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