KAL featured in Harvard magazine

Kevin Kallaugher, or KAL, was featured in the January/February edition of the Harvard Magazine. The article mostly featured his work on the Digital Dubya – the 3-D bust of President Bush. One interesting factoid on how KAL landed his Economist gig:

Kallaugher went to England for a bicycle tour after college, took a job as a point guard on a semipro basketball team, coached that sport at Sussex University, worked as a pound-an-hour maintenance man, and performed as a street-artist puppeteer until two weeks before his work permit expired, when the Economist hired him in 1978 as the first staff cartoonist in its then 135-year history.