Norman Sunshine

Norman Sunshine

Norman Sunshine is a painter and sculptor whose work is in the permanent collections of the Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles and the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Earlier in his career, he was a fashion illustrator and Vice President, Creative Director of Trahey Advertising, where he coined the phrase "What Becomes a Legend Most?" for Blackglama Minks and "Danskins are not just for Dancing." He won an Emmy Award for art and title design for Addie and the King of Hearts in 1974. In 1988, he served as Design Director of Lear's Magazine. View his artwork at

You can find out more about the dual memoir Double Life, by Norman Sunshine and Alan Shayne, at

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