From The Village Voice, “Washington DC Reboot” — this must-see slide show of some familiar characters rebooted by Ward Sutton. (Image above, from the slide show, courtesy of Ward Sutton).
From National Geographic, November 11, 2011, “A Soldier’s Sketchbook: From the Front Lines of World War II” — this piece on Joe Farris, with video.
From Nearsay, November 9, 2011, “Cartoons and Laughs with David Sipress” — this post concerning an upcoming event (Nov 12, 2011).
From Women’s Wear Daily, November 8, 2011, “The New Yorker Names Creative Director” — this post concerning the appointment of Wyatt Mitchell as “The New Yorker’s first -ever creative director.”
From St. Olaf News, November 8, 2011, “Successful Sketches” — this interview with Ward Sutton
From guidemehome2westchester, November 8, 2011, ” The New Yorker’s New York — Famous Cartoonists Share Their Love of New York & Their Art at The Katonah Museum of Art” — this post recapping the recent event featuring a panel including Roz Chast, Edward Sorel, Roxie Munro, and Rick Meyerowitz
From dscriber, November 5, 2011, this post from Liza Donnelly: “Cartoon Festival in France: Cartoonists Who Are Women”
From CBS News, November 4, 2011, “Bill Cosby’s new book sure to bring laughs” (George Booth illustrations appearing at the end of the clip)
From the Demoulin Museum (Greenville, Illinois), this post, “Author signing new book” The author is Julia Suits, and her new book is “The Extraordinary Catalog of Peculiar Inventions: The Curious World of the Demoulin Brothers and Their Fraternal Lodge Prank Machines”
From The Katonah Museum of Art, this post on an event, “The New Yorker’s New York,” being held this evening. It features a panel discussion with Edward Sorel, Rick Meyerowitz, Roxie Munro, and Roz Chast
From The Danbury News Times, November 3, 2011, “Bethel’s Farris offers a poignant memoir of World War II”
From Gourmet Live, November 2, 2011, “Gourmet Live Culinary Cartoons” — a slideshow featuring work by Charles Barsotti, Lee Lorenz, and Victoria Roberts.