The Tilley Watch Online, Newyorker.com’s Daily Cartoonists, February 10-15, 2019; Feiffer’s People On Stage; An Addams Family Scarf

New Yorker cartoonists contributing to this weeks Daily cartoons were: Brendan Loper, Shannon Wheeler, Mary Lawton, Michael Shaw, and Julia Suits.

Daily Shouts New Yorker cartoonists were: Olivia de Recat (with Julia Edelman), Jason Adam Katzenstein (JAK), and Farley Katz.

To see all the above work and more, link here.

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Feiffer’s People On Stage

From Capecod.com, February 16, 2019, “Eventide Theatre Company Performance Brings Cartoons to Life” — what fun! Read here.

Mr. Feiffer began contributing to The New Yorker in 1992.

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An Addams Family Scarf

A section of the Addams Family scarf shown on Attempted Bloggery

From Attempted Bloggery, February 16, 2019, the second in the AB’s series of cartoonist accessories & clothing: “Addams Family Scarf” — see it here!

A Kovarsky Scarf; Checking In On A New Yorker State Of Mind; Video Interview Of Interest: Edward Koren; Event Of Interest In Chicago: Ken Krimstein’s “Three Escapes Of Hannah Arendt”; Today’s New Yorker Daily Cartoonist: Brendan Loper

A detail from Attempted Bloggery

Attempted Bloggery looks at an Anatol Kovarsky scarf (perhaps the beginning of a cartoon clothing and accessories series?). Read here!

Mr. Kovarsky’s entry on the Spill‘s A-Z:

Anatol Kovarsky (photo above, NYC, 2013. By Liza Donnelly) Born, Moscow. Died, June 1, 2016, NYC. Collection: Kovarsky’s World (Knopf, 1956) New Yorker work: 1947 -1969. Link to Ink Spill’s  2013 piece, “Anatol Kovarsky at 94: Still Drawing After All These Years”

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Checking In On A New Yorker State Of Mind

With the Westminster Dog Show champion recently named, what better time to head over to A New Yorker State of Mind’s fascinating post covering the above issue of February 8, 1930. The cover artist: TheodoreHaupt.

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Video Interview of Interest: Edward Koren

From PBS Vermont, this video interview with Edward Koren, first aired April 13, 2003.

Mr. Koren began contributing to The New Yorker in 1962. Link here to his website.

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Event of Interest in Chicago: Ken Krimstein’s “Three Escapes of Hannah Arendt”

Opening in March, an exhibit of work from Ken Krimstein’s excellent Three Escapes of Hannah Arendt. All the info here.

Mr. Krimstein began contributing to The New Yorker in 2000. Link here to his website.

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Today’s Daily Cartoon

Trump today, of course. Brendan Loper handles the national emergency. Mr. Loper began contributing to The New Yorker in 2016.

Society Of Illustrators Names Hall Of Fame Inductees; Today’s New Yorker Daily Cartoonist: Shannon Wheeler; More Gerberg; Event Of Interest: Chris Ware; Even More Shermund; Interviews Of Interest: Bob Eckstein, Gahan Wilson

From The Daily Cartoonist, February 14, 2019, “Society Of illustrators 2019 Hall of Fame” — Read here! (Spoiler: Two New Yorker folks named!)

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Today’s Daily Cartoon

Today’s Daily cartoon, tuned in to today’s heart-shaped celebration, is by Shannon Wheeler, who began contributing to The New Yorker in 2009.

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More Gerberg

Mr. Gerberg’s first New Yorker cartoon, published in the issue of April 10, 1965.

From amNewYork, February 14, 2019, “Mort Gerberg retrospective spotlights cartoonnist’s witty views of NY life”

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From The Albany Times-Union, February 12, 2019, Cartoonist Chris Ware Speaks, Signs Books.

Mr. Ware’s Monograph, published in 2017

Mr. Ware began contributing to The New Yorker in 1999.

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Even More Shermund

A Shermund self-portrait

From Columbus Monthly, “Burying Barbara Shermund, A Forgotten Cartoonist” — more on the late great Ms. Shermund. Read here.

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Interview of Interest: Bob Eckstein

Bob Eckstein’s fabulous Snowman book

A radio interview with a lot of snowman talk (as you’d expect when the World’s Greatest Snowman Expert is the interviewee), and some cartoon talk as well at the close. Listen here.

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Interview of Interest: Gahan Wilson

Jason Sacks interviews Gahan Wilson. Listen here.

Mr. Wilson began contributing to The New Yorker in 1976. Link here to his website.

Of Interest: Early Dedini!; Today’s New Yorker Daily Cartoonist: Mary Lawton

My thanks to Scott Burns for sending along this wonderful piece by Eldon Dedini, who began contributing to The New Yorker in 1950. Mr. Dedini also had a long association with Playboy.

Below: from the Dedini exhibit at the Billy Rose Cartoon Library & Museum

Mr. Dedini’s entry on the Spill’s A-Z : Born 1921, King City, Calif. Died January 12, 2006, Carmel, California. New Yorker work: 1950 – 2003. Collection: The Dedini Gallery (Holt, Rhinehart and Winston, 1961)

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Today’s Daily Cartoon

Today’s Daily Cartoon is by Mary Lawton, who began contributing to The New Yorker in 2017.

Fave Photo Of The Day: Cartoonists Out West; Podcast Of Interest: Mort Gerberg; Today’s New Yorker Daily Cartoonist: Michael Shaw; Liza Donnelly Live-Draws The Grammys For CBS

Here’s a fun crowd dining out on the left coast. From lower left, clockwise: Lars Kenseth, Lila Ash, Olivia de Recat, Sharon Isadora Levy, Ivan Ehlers (Mad Magazine cartoonist and a contributor to The New Yorker‘s Daily cartoon), David Ostow, and American Bystander‘s Michael Gerber. (My thanks to Mr. Ostow for the photo).

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Podcast Of Interest: Mort Gerberg

Mr. Gerberg’s latest collection

From Gil Roth, a good friend of New Yorker cartoonists (see the list of cartoonists he’s interviewed) this new podcast with long-time contributor Mort Gerberg (he began contributing to the magazine in 1965). Lots of talk about The New Yorker, the business of cartooning.

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Today’s Daily Cartoon

Today’s Daily — a pet piece — is by Michael Shaw, who has been contributing to The New Yorker since 1999.

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Liza Donnelly Live-Draws Grammys

Wearing one of her other hats (that of Resident Cartoonist for CBS) Liza Donnelly drew some of the action at the 2019 Grammy Awards. Link here to read her account, and see the collected drawings.