Here’s a nice piece about the late Leo Cullum: “The Pilot Who Made People Smile” from a Bangor Daily News blog.
Link here to Mr. Cullum’s New Yorker work.
Kim Warp is the latest New Yorker cartoonist to talk about tools of the trade on the blog, A Case For Pencils. See it here.
Link here to Ms. Warp’s New Yorker work on the magazine’s Cartoon Bank site.
Link here to Ms. Warp’s website.
Drew Dernavich, the Sultan of Scratchboard, is featured on A Case For Pencils’ latest post. Check it out here.
Mr. Dernavich’s website.
His New Yorker work on the magazine’s Cartoon Bank site.
[photo: Drew Dernavich]
Here’s another post from my favorite new New Yorker cartoonists related website. This entry features Mr. Pencil himself, Matt Diffee, whose new book, Hand Drawn Jokes For Smart Attractive People is now available in your local book store as well as electronically.
Matt Diffee’s website.
And here’s a link to The New Yorker‘s Cartoon Bank where you can see more of his work.
Two fave photos this week: Liza Donnelly with George Booth at The New Yorker…
and Shannon Wheeler with Mr. Booth.
Avi Steinberg is showing us his pencils & paper (and ink and eraser) this week on A Case For Pencils
This week, A Case For Pencils features the always entertaining Shannon Wheeler.
From Northjersey.com, March 18, 2015, “Glen Rock Author and Illustrator Pen Children’s Book–this piece on Christopher Weyant and Anna Kang.
Attempted Bloggery continues its series of close looks at the earliest issues of The New Yorker. Now up for inspection: Issue #4, with another Rea Irvin cover (left).
A Case For Pencils, a fun site devoted to cartoonists tools of the trade features the one-and-only Liam Walsh.