Ever wonder how and why those little drawings of figure heads on the Wall Street Journal are made?
They were first published in 1979, and those “hedcuts,” or tiny hand-drawn portraits, have become an American icon and trademark for the Wall Street Journal.
They take two to five hours to make and there’s a staff of freelance artists who make them.
Check out this video to see how:
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