Library of Congress Exhibit: Drawn to Purpose: American Women Illustrators and Cartoonists
From the LOC’s press release:
Original works by women cartoonists and illustrators are featured in a new exhibition opening at the Library of Congress on Nov. 18. Spanning the late 1800s to the present, “Drawn to Purpose: American Women Illustrators and Cartoonists” brings to light remarkable but little-known contributions made by North American women to these art forms.
Among the artists represented are New Yorker contributors Roberta MacDonald, Helen Hokinson, Liza Donnelly, Peggy Bacon, Roz Chast, and Anita Kunz.
Above: March 1920 Vanity Fair cover by Anne Harriet Fish.
Advertising Work by New Yorker Cartoonists, Pt. 24: Otto Soglow’s Pudding Drawings.
Here are three Royal Pudding ads by the great Otto Soglow. All feature his iconic “Little King”; for those wanting more Soglow I suggest finding a copy of the fab Cartoon Monarch: Otto Soglow & The Little King, edited by Dean Mullaney (IDW, 2012). I’ve shown the cover below the ads.
All these pudding ads ran in 1955. As has been the case with a very large percentage of the Spill’s New Yorker ads series, my thanks go to Warren Bernard for his generosity.
Two books of note. One out in January and one not out for awhile. Both for kids.
Christopher Weyant has illustrated Laura Gehl’s My Pillow Keeps Moving (Viking Books for Young Readers). Due in mid January 2018.
Mike Twohy‘s Stop! Go! Yes, No!: A Story of Opposites (Balzer & Bray) due in August of 2018. Cover art not yet available