This piece on Charlie Hankin, who has been contributing to The New Yorker since 2013: “Catching Up with New Yorker cartoonist and Park School grad Charlie Hankin” (The Baltimore Sun, March 4, 2017)
Christoph Niemann, who’s contributed nearly two dozen covers to The New Yorker (and plenty of illustrations) is the subject of episode #1 in the Netflix series “Abstract”– here’s a link to the Netflix site (where Netflix offers a free trial…I’m not promoting Netflix, just offering the information). — My thanks to New Yorker cover aritst, John Cuneo for bringing this series to my attention.
Link here to Mr. Niemann’s website where you can see an abundance of his work.
There’s been a lot of Eustace Tilley talk on Ink Spill lately — below is Mr. Niemann’s take on Rea Irvin’s masterpiece. Titled “Icon” it appeared on The New Yorker, May 27 2002. It was a rare non-anniversary Tilley inspired cover appearance. I can only think of three other such occasions. They appear below Mr. Niemann’s cover.
More non-anniversary Tilley-inspired cover appearances: Barry Blitt in 1999, Bob Zoell in 2002, and Ana Juan in 2005