American Cinematographer – A Clash Of Two Cultures (PDF, 6.6 MB)
This article details (among other things) the influence of Burne Hogarth‘s artwork on Vittorio Storaro, ASC, AIC during the making of Apocalypse Now. From the article: “Storaro’s surrealistic treatment of the jungle scenes was partially inspired by the art of Burne Hogarth, whose bold use of color brought the Tarzan comic strip to vivid life during the late 1930s.”
Artist’s Monthly – Selecting The Right Art School – The Cartoonist’s and Illustrator’s Center (PDF, 0.5 MB)
Written by Burne Hogarth, this article details the pitfalls of traditional art school, and points out the benefits of The Cartoonist’s and Illustrator’s Center (the present-day School of Visual Arts), which he co-founded.