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Date Posted: April 11, 2003 4:14:50 EDT
Samuel N. Antupit, 71, a newspaper and magazine art director who also designed books by Roy Lichtenstein, Alex Katz, Barbara Kruger and other artists, died of heart failure Sunday in Seattle.
As a designer or consultant, Antupit provided distinctive personalities to a string of major publications, including Esquire, the New York Review of Books, Art in America, Harper's Magazine, Foreign Policy, Scientific American and Consumer Reports.
Born in West Hartford, Conn., Antupit graduated from the Yale School of Design and Architecture in 1954. Before he was drafted into the Army in 1956, he studied Modernist graphic design in the graduate program.
Antupit started his own publishing house, Subsistence Press, in 1972. He later was executive art director for the Book-of-the-Month Club and director of art and design at Harry N. Abrams Inc.
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