Artists in Passing: Mead Schaeffer

by Matthew Innis |

After suffering his second heart attack, Mead Schaeffer finally acknowledged it was time for a change. He had been dealing with deadlines and demanding art directors for decades, and the stress was no longer bearable, as his body could attest. So with two years worth of commissions hanging over his head . . .

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