|Died||January 17, 1974 (aged 67)|
|Occupation||Illustrator, 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, 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. 
- "Black Light Magic." (May 2, 1947). Portsmouth Times
- (March 6, 1950). Life Magazine
- Holtz, Allan. "Obscurity of the Day: Closer Than We Think," Stripper's Guide (Sunday, May 21, 2006).
- Closer Than We Think documentary by Brett Ryan Bonowicz (2017), at the Internet Movie Database
- McGurk, Caitlin. "Found in the Collection: Arthur Radebaugh’s 'Closer Than We Think'," Billy Ireland Cartoon Library and Museum website (December 27, 2012) — profile and gallery of original images
- "Radebaugh: Arthur Radebaugh, 1906-1974" — profile and gallery of images at Cartype.com.
- Novak, Matt. "Before the Jetsons, Arthur Radebaugh Illustrated the Future: In the 1950s and ‘60s, the newspaper cartoonist dreamed up a madcap American utopia, filled with flying cars and fantastical skyscrapers," Smithsonian Magazine (April 2012).
- Art Radebaugh's Future Past blog by curators of the exhibit "Radebaugh: The Future We Were Promised"
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