The New York Times Front Page in Geometric Abstract Art, Dec 13, 2020

Regia Marinho
3 min readDec 14, 2020


Drawing and writing in a year like no other!

All you need is love. But a little chocolate now and then doesn’t hurt. ~Charles M. Schulz

I love to cover the New York Times front page in drawings and colors.

I miss it so much… I used to go to the near Starbucks on Sundays morning for my bagel and coffee and for my beloved newspaper. Then I stayed a little longer there to make drawings with a black marker on the real paper.

But Life is Unpredictable.

The #NYTimes Front Page, Dec 13, 2020 designed in geometric colors.

The NYTimes Front Page, Dec 13, 2020 designed by RegiaArt.

Art Between News. News Between Art.

Peanuts Early Character Illustrations by Charles Schulz (1953/1954).

Art market news:

In 1953 Charles Schulz drew portraits of Lucy, Linus, Snoopy, Schroeder, Patty, Violet, and Good Ol’ Charlie Brown for a promotional giveaway.

On Friday, Dec 11, the classic characters set a world record for the highest price paid at auction for original Peanuts artwork.

The above drawings Schultz made for “The Peanuts Album” sold for $288,000 during the first session of Heritage Auctions’ Dec. 11–13 Animation Art event.

Quotes by Charles Schulz:

Happiness is a warm puppy.

No problem is so big or so complicated that it can’t be run away from!



Regia Marinho

I write about ideas, technology, the future and inspire the world through art. Artist. Civil engineer.