New Yorker editor David Remnick made a return appearance on Late Night with Seth Meyers, witnessing then commenting on a handful of the magazine’s cartoons brought to life. The featured cartoons by: Christopher Weyant, Harry Bliss, Emily Flake, Zachary Kanin, and the late Charles Barsotti.
Link here to see the piece. And if you want to see the first live cartoons on Late Night, click here.
From History News Network, July 13, 2014, “A Life in Cartoons: An Interview with New Yorker Cartoon Editor Bob Mankoff”
Rachel Loube’s short, Every Tuesday Afternoon, A Portrait of New Yorker Cartoonists, will be screened at the upcoming Rochester Jewish Film Festival. The film focuses on several cartoonists, including Emily Flake, Zach Kanin, Drew Dernavich, Sidney Harris (below left) and Mort Gerberg (below right).
In last night’s installment of 60 Minutes, Morley Safer & Company brought us “The Cartoonist” — a look at the weekly selection process for New Yorker cartoons, a glimpse of some of the cartoonists who show up at the magazine’s office every Tuesday, a peek at Editor David Remnick choosing which cartoons to buy, and a min-profile of the magazine’s current cartoon editor, Bob Mankoff.
An impressive number of cartoonists managed on-screen time in the thirteen-and-a-half minute segment including Robert Leighton, Paul Noth, Joe Dator, Bob Eckstein, Marisa Marchetto, Drew Dernavich, Corey Pandolph, Carolita Johnson, Emily Flake, Sam Gross, Mort Gerberg, Farley Katz, Charlie Hankin, Ben Schwartz, David Sipress and Roz Chast. Go to The New Yorker‘s Cartoon Bank site to see work by any or all of these cartoonists.
Also, as you’d expect, a good number of cartoons went flashing by on the screen, including, the one below, only one of two published in The New Yorker by J.S. Cook (both in 1927).
Well this looks like fun. Go see if you’re out/up that way.
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As mentioned not too long ago on Ink Spill, Paul Karasik will be speaking at Comic Arts Brooklyn this coming Saturday. Info here.
Here’s information on Art Spiegelman’s Retrospective at The Jewish Museum, opening tomorrow.
From magic space extreme, “Pete Holmes…I’m So Glad I’m Not a Magician”
– “The Pete Holmes Show” premieres today.
Paul Noth takes over the Daily Cartoon today. Previous Daily cartoonists: David Sipress, Danny Shanahan, Mike Twohy, Chris Weyant and Emily Flake
From carlanthonyonline.com, October 13, 2013, “Honoring the First Lady of the World in Cartoons” — a look at how some cartoonists captured Eleanor Roosevelt. Examples include work by Robert Day (his classic drawing, “For gosh sakes, here comes Mrs. Roosevelt!” from the June 3, 1933 New Yorker appears to the left), Helen Hokinson, Alan Dunn, and Richard Decker.
You can see some of Helen Hokinson‘s New Yorker work here.
You can see some of Richard Decker‘s New Yorker work here.
You can see some of Robert Day‘s New Yorker work here.
You can see some of Alan Dunn‘s New Yorker work here.
From Priceless.com, this promotional piece “Kidtooning” — New Yorker cartoonists, Drew Dernavich and Emily Flake draw for/with kids.
Emily Flake has begun her shift for newyorker.com’s Daily Cartoon. See it here. Mike Twohy was previous. Link to Ms. Flake’s website here.
Here’s an interesting post from the blog, Fishink, August 21, 2013, “Cliff Roberts Mid century Illustrator of Jazz and Muppets” — Mr Roberts was published four times in The New Yorker (His first: March 30, 1968. His last, below, was published June 20, 1970)
From Oscars. org, “Academy Announces Medal Placement For 2013 Student Academy Awards” — Rachel Loube’s “Every Tuesday Afternoon” has been awarded a silver medal in the Documentary category. The film features assorted veteran New Yorker cartoonists as well as some freshman.
Here’s a link to the trailer.
Here’s a short piece about the awards from the LA Times.
And…a piece about the cartoonists lunch.
(in the photo above, on the left side of table, from bottom to top: Sam Gross (working on a plate of mussels), Mort Gerberg, David Borchart. On the right side of the table, from bottom to top, Sidney Harris, Emily Flake, and Liza Donnelly.