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Wayne Stayskal
(12.11.1931 – 11.20.2018)

Illustration by Kevin Bailey
  • While this online exhibition of Cartoonists Take Up Smoking was being produced Wayne Stayskal, a prolific cartoonist and friend of the Center for the Study of Tobacco and Society passed away on November 20th, 2018 at his home in the suburban Chicago retirement community of Carol Stream. Wayne was 86.
  • These are many of Wayne Stayskal’s original cartoons on smoking that are a part of the Center’s collections.
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What Are You Covering?

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Wayne Stayskal
Tampa Tribune
1995

Fish Eating May Protect Smokers From Lung Disease

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Wayne Stayskal
Tampa Tribune
1994

Give Him Cancer in Effigy

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Wayne Stayskal
Tampa Tribune
1984

I Just Asked If Your Doctor Always Writes in Crayon

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Wayne Stayskal
Tampa Tribune
1995

In Case of Fire Inhale

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Wayne Stayskal
Chicago Tribune
1983

Parents Smoking Harms Kids

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Wayne Stayskal
Chicago Tribune
1982

“Smoked In”

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Wayne Stayskal
Chicago Tribune
1979

Study Says Smokers Are Dangerous Drivers

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Wayne Stayskal
Tampa Tribune
1986

Talking With This Man May Cause Cancer

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Wayne Stayskal
Tampa Tribune
1985

U.S. Spends $5 Million A Year to Find Safe Cigarette

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Wayne Stayskal
Tampa Tribune
1985

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