Peter Steiner Discusses His Drawing & Writing

Posted on 6th May 2016 in News

photo-9Peter's Capitalist220px-Internet_dogThe multi-talented Peter Steiner will be discussing his writing and his drawing on May 12th as part of the White Hart Speaker Series.  All the details here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Link here to Mr. Steiner’s website.

Peter Arno Bio Excerpted on Newyorker.com

Posted on 5th May 2016 in News

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If you haven’t gotten around to thumbing through a copy of Peter Arno: The Mad Mad World of The New Yorker’s Greatest Cartoonist, the New Yorker‘s website has posted an excerpt along with two slideshows: one of Arno’s Whoops Sisters and a second spanning Arno’s (non-Whoops Sisters) work for the magazine .  Read it here.

St. Helenans Remember William Hamilton

Posted on 4th May 2016 in News

whFrom The Napa Valley Register, May 3, 2016, this piece:  “New Yorker Cartoonist William Hamilton Loved St. Helena”

New Yorker Cartoonist (and Thurbernista) Michael Shaw Pencilled

Posted on 3rd May 2016 in News

tumblr_inline_o6mit8d70C1sj0qh6_250 Michael Shaw is the latest New Yorker cartoonist to share his tools of the trade on Jane Mattimoe’s Case For Pencils blog.  See it here!

When Great Cartoonists Think Alike; Audio: WAMC’s Arno interview

Posted on 2nd May 2016 in News

ArnoSoglowAttempted Bloggery takes a closer look at two similar but different cartoons by two very different cartoonists, Peter Arno and Otto Soglow. Read it here.

 

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And speaking of Peter Arno, here’s an audio link to an Arno interview conducted this morning by Joe Donahue on WAMC, a Northeast  Public Radio station.

Marisa Acocella Marchetto Celebrated at FIDM Los Angeles May 4th

Posted on 1st May 2016 in News

6fc3355abcMarisa Acocella Marchetto will be celebrated this coming Wednesday in Los Angeles at the Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising (FIDM). Her latest book, Ann Tenna, is shown below.

All the event details here.

Link here to Ms. Marchetto’s website

Link here to see her New Yorker work on the magazine’s Cartoon Bank site.

Ann Tenna

New York Post on the Roz Chast Museum of the City of NY Exhibit: “Hilariously Nuts”; More Peter Arno

Posted on 30th April 2016 in News

rozFrom The NY Post, April 30, 2016, “This Cartoon Museum Exhibit is Hilariously Nuts”

— a piece about the retrospective of Roz Chast‘s work at the Museum of The City of New York.

 

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More from the Department of Self-promotion:

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Was in my home state of New Jersey this past Thursday for an Arno event at Books & Greetings, an indie  bookstore in Northvale, hard by the New York State border.  Was greeted by the sight of the poster pictured here, the size of which, I’m sure, would’ve pleased Arno himself.  Thanks to those who attended and to Kenny and company for such a nice reception!

One further note:

I’ll be the guest of Joe Donahue on Public Radio Station WAMC’s  “Roundtable” on Monday, May 2 at 11:30 am. We, of course, will be discussing Peter Arno.

Jason Adam Katzenstein’s Campfire Music

Posted on 28th April 2016 in News

CAMP-MIDNIGHT-by-Steven-T-Seagle-artist-Jason-Adam-Katzenstein-f7312-thumb-500x658-451765Jason Adam Katzenstein, a relative newcomer to the pages of The New Yorker, has illustrated Steven T. Seagal’s new book, Camp Midnight. Paste asked Mr. Katzenstein to provide a playlist for campfire nights. Read/see/listen here.

Gerberg Pencilled

Posted on 27th April 2016 in News

Art businessJane Mattimoe’s great blog, A Case For Pencils continues with veteran cartoonist, Mort Gerberg Read it here.

Link to Mr. Gerberg’s website here.

Note: An Arno Reading in New Jersey

Posted on 26th April 2016 in News

Another missive from the Department of Self-Promotion:

Arno cover 2I’ll be returning to my home state of New Jersey on Thursday for an Arno book event.   Here’s Jim Beckerman’s  piece from The Record prefacing the appearance.