Daryl Cagle is an illustrator who worked for Henson Associates for fifteen years, illustrating hundreds of Muppet and Sesame Street products between 1979 and 1993. His distinctive loose, cartoony style defined the Muppet brand in the 1980s, decorating hats, shirts, glasses, sneakers, puzzles, watches, school supplies, cereal boxes, toy packaging and point-of-purchase displays, as well as comic stories in Sesame Street Magazine and Muppet Magazine.

Cagle also worked with many other companies as a character designer, including Hanna-Barbera, the Smurfs and the Walt Disney Company, and worked with Henson on the character designs for Muppet Babies. He's also been a toy designer and an animator.

In 1995, Cagle joined the Chicago Tribune Media Group as an editorial cartoonist, beginning a long and successful career in political cartooning. He currently provides cartoons for MSNBC.com, and he runs Cagle Cartoons, syndicating cartoons and columns to newspapers around the US.

His work with Muppet and Sesame characters includes:

Muppet packaging and comics

Political comics


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