Bruce McCall, whose career included stints at Campbell-Ewald, J. Walter Thompson and Ogilvy & Mather, has died at 87 from complications arising from Parkinson's disease. "Though known to the
non-enthusiast reading population for the more than 80 covers he created for The New Yorker and the many illustrations and humorous essays he
contributed to that tony East Coast periodical, as well as to the madcap 1970s comedic juggernaut The National Lampoon, McCall distinguished himself to the car-loving world
with his acerbic and always hilarious work for Car and Driver and Automobile Magazine
," per Car and Driver.
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