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Interview with Rick Meyerowitz

How and when did you decide to pursue art and, specifically, illustration?

My parents, who were fabulists (they made up fables) and confabulists (they made up confusing fables), often said that when I was five years old I announced to my family that I was going to be an artist so I could draw pictures for books, just like the artists whose work I loved in the books I loved. It turned out that forging a life as an illustrator was a bit more complicated than just saying it. But who knew? I was five.

Junior Specialist Arielle Bremby with Meyerowitz in his studio.Meyerowitz wears fork glasses.

What was your first published artwork? In 1967 I called on Ken Deardoff, the art director of Evergreen Review , which was published by Grove Press. He liked my portfolio and commissioned a full page illustration–a rarity, I think, for a first showing of a portfolio. He also bought a piece right out of my portfolio for immediate use in the magazine. It was a gag cartoon that showed LBJ on a couch in the Oval Office in… well, in flagrante delicto with Minnie Mouse. Not a pretty picture, not to mention some serious female rodent abuse. Mickey—at the door of the Oval Office, catching them in the act—is crying out “MINNIE!” I comfort myself with the fact that it could’ve been worse, although I’m not sure how.

What was your first published artwork?

Meyerowitz in his studio, looking at sketches marked . Meyerowitz wears regular glasses.

Which publication did you enjoy working for the most, and why? The answer has to be The National Lampoon , for which I contributed more than 700 drawings from the first issue in April 1970 until almost the last issue in January 1991. What do I want to tell you about the unbridled freedom and exhilaration of being the visual face of the magazine during its heyday and beyond? It was epic.

Which publication did you enjoy working for the most, and why?

(Note: For a full picture of those days, see Drunk Stoned Brilliant Dead: The Writers and Artists Who Made The National Lampoon Insanely Great .)

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Welcome to Liechtenstein

A pipsqueak of a country, Liechtenstein snuggles between Switzerland and Austria, among mountain ranges that rise steep and rugged above the Rhine. Besides the sheer novelty value of visiting one of the world's tiniest and richest countries, Liechtenstein is pure fairy-tale stuff – a mountain principality governed by an iron-willed monarch, embedded deep in the Alps and crowned by turreted castles.

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Only 25km long by 12km wide (at its broadest point), Liechtenstein doesn’t have an international airport, and access from Switzerland or Austria is by local bus. The western, more populated side of the country is in the Rhine Valley and relatively flat; the east is mountainous.

Outdoor enthusiasts are in their element here, with a remarkable number of trails to hike and slopes to ski given the country's size. Strike out into the Alpine wilderness beyond Vaduz and, suddenly, this landlocked sliver of a micronation no longer seems quite so small.

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Small and perfectly formed: why your kids will love Liechtenstein

At first glance, it makes a strange kind of sense: when travelling with your mini-mes, where better to go than a miniature country? And happily Liechtenstein, the tiny principality ...

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Swiss Alps, Heidiland, Liechtenstein 1-Day Tour from Zurich

After first doing a city tour of Zurich we follow Lake Zurich to Rapperswil, the city of roses. We visit the picturesque Old Town and its medieval castle; you will also have some time at leisure here. Then after crossing the Ricken Pass with its panoramic views of the Alps we reach the lovely Toggenberg region whose pretty hill and valley scenery is perfect chocolate box material!In Vaduz, the capital of the tiny Principality of Liechtenstein you will have more time at leisure. A visit to the Post Office is recommended; the famous stamps from this tiny state are coveted worldwide by philatelists and amateur stamp lovers alike. And finally we arrive at Maienfeld, the setting for the Heidi stories. In the summer months you visit Heidi's village. A pleasant short walk leads to a collection of typical mountain houses, a village shop, and of course lots of little goats. Entry into the authentic Heidi House is optional. In wintertime, you'll visit the quaint Swiss village of Werdenberg instead.A beautiful trip back to Zurich along the banks of Lake Walen, guarded over majestically by the Churfirsten mountain range brings to a close this most nostalgic of Swiss tours.

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Day 1: Arrival SwitzerlandAirport pick-up and transfer to hotel. In the afternoon enjoy a 2 hour city tour through Zurich with our guide. Overnight stay in Zurich.Day 2: Zurich – Stein am Rhein – Rhine Falls(Liechtenstein optional excursion)In the morning, excursion to Stein am Rhein and the Rhine Falls. In the afternoon choose between exploring Zurich on your own or our optional excursion to Liechtenstein. Overnight stay in Zurich.Day 3: Zurich – Lucerne – Region Interlaken or BernTransfer to Lucerne. Sightseeing tour of the city (2 hours). Free time – use the Swiss Coupon Pass vouchers for lunch or shopping. In the afternoon transfer by mini-bus to Interlaken. Overnight in the region of Bernese Oberland.Day 4: Region Interlaken or Bern – Jung- fraujoch – Region Interlaken or BernToday, enjoy a free day at leisure or join one of our optional excursions: Visit Top of Europe and enjoy lunch on Jungfraujoch Visit the Reichenbach Falls, followed by a scenic boat ride on Lake Brienz Visit Basel Overnight in the region of Bernese Oberland.Day 5: Region Interlaken or Bern – Gruyère – Region MontreuxLeaving your hotel for a scenic drive from Thun to Bern. Enjoy a 2 hour city tour. After lunch transfer to the picturesque village of Gruyère – home of the famous Swiss Gruyère cheese. Walk through the village and visit the Gruyère castle (entrance fee payable on spot). Additional excursion to the chocolate factory “Maison Callier” in Broc (see "Additional info"). Late afternoon transfer to Montreux. Overnight in the region of Montreux.Day 6: Region MontreuxJoin our optional excursion to France (8 h). Annecy Chamonix only winter Lavey-Les-Bains in the evening Overnight stay in the greater area of Montreux.Day 7: Region Montreux – Lausanne – GenevaAfter breakfast, visit the Chillon Castle in driving along the majestic Swiss Riviera and passing by the Lavaux vineyards – a well- known UNESCO world heritage site. In the afternoon, continue to Geneva where you will enjoy a 2 hour city tour. Overnight stay in Geneva.Day 8: DepartureIndividual airport transfer to Geneva Airport.

Interlaken to Zell am See Day Trip with Heidi Village

Begin with pickup at your accommodations in Interlaken, then begin the 10-hour trip in a comfortable minibus. If you’re traveling with a group of up to eight people, the bus will accommodate your luggage, and for groups of 9–13 people, a trailer will be attached to carry the group’s luggage. The drive out of Interlaken winds past scenic Lake Brienz, Lake Lungern, Lake Sarnen, and Lake Vierwaldstättersee, and the rugged landscape is a highlight of the trip. After three hours of driving, you’ll reach Maienfeld, the home of the fictional character ‘Heidi,’ the star of the 1880 children’s book by Johanna Spyri. With one hour to explore, visit the ‘Heididorf,’ a frozen-in-time village complete with goats, a Heidi museum, and the pretty Alpine hut that recalls Heidi’s home in the story. After departing Maienfeld, cross the border into the Principality of Liechtenstein, the sixth-smallest country in the world, then cross a second border into Austria. This tour concludes with drop-off at your hotel in Zell am See.

2 Countries in 1 day

In the morning, we cross the border to Vaduz, capital of the minute Principality of Liechtenstein, and spend free time discovering the charm of the city. Visit the Post Office to catch a glimpse of its highly prized stamps, check out the Castle at the top of the hill and then return to the coach for the journey to Austria. Afterwards, sit back and enjoy a scenic coach ride as we make our way toInnsbruck, the city of the Golden Roof, and the Tirolean capital.In Innsbruck, you will have enough time to check out the sights of the historical center such as the Hofburg and Hofkirche, and you will pass the venues of the 1964 and 1976 Winter Olympic Games. In the evening, we will return to the coach and make our way back homeafter an enjoyable day spent with EuroTrip Adventures!

Private trip from Zurich to St Gallen and Appenzell

Spend the day discovering Saint Gallen and Appenzell starting the thrilling private journey from any suitable location for you in Zurich. Reaching Saint Galen, first, you will see the main landmark of this charming city – the Abbey Library that has been acknowledged as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. You will be impressed by the elegant architecture together with the brightly-painted oriel windows and sophisticated Rococo design. Wander around the lovely Old Town free of traffic, where numerous cozy tea shops, shoe stores, perfumeries and petite coffee houses. Next, a process to the small town of Appenzell, which is well known as the most traditional region of Switzerland. This is the perfect place for an unhurried walk through the streets full of chalets with aesthetically pleasing decorated facades and shops that sell local products. Visit the Appenzell Museum, which is located in the Townhall - strongly reflecting cultural and religious traditions. We suggest an optional excursion to the Mount Säntis, from where the cable car will unfold the breathtaking panoramic view over 6 countries: Switzerland, Germany, Austria, Liechtenstein, France and Italy. Overall, your private trip will end with a comfortable return to the initial meeting point in Zurich.

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