Ed-Vebell

Ed Vebell illustration to “Loneliness Is Dangerous” by Harry Coren. Cutline: “Alone in the midst of millions, the girl, who longed to talk to someone, stood on her fire escape as the voices of others, enjoying the companionship denied her, drifted up through the night.” Sunday Mirror Magazine, August 14, 1955.

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Ed Vebell

“Loneliness Is Dangerous”; Harry Coren (1955)

Sunday Mirror Magazine, August 14, 1955.

“Alone in the midst of millions, the girl, who longed to talk to someone, stood on her fire escape as the voices of others, enjoying the companionship denied her, drifted up through the night.”

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Ed Vebell illustration to “Loneliness is Dangerous,” a story by Harry Coren.

Cutline: “Alone in the midsts of millions, the girl, who longed to talk to someone, stood on her fire escape as the voices of others, enjoying the companionship denied her, drifted up through the night.”

Sunday Mirror Magazine, August 14, 1955.

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Ed Vebell’s illustration to “Loneliness Is Dangerous” by Harry Coren. Cutline: “Alone in the midst of millions, the girl, who longed to talk to someone, stood on her fire escape as the voices of others, enjoying the companionship denied her, drifted up through the night.” Sunday Mirror Magazine, August 14, 1955.

This illustration reminds me of Hitchcock’s mag-ni-fi-cent film Rear Window (1954): “Miss Lonely Heart”. Vebell must have seen this movie.