Advertising Work by New Yorker Cartoonists, Part 19: Look Magazine Miscellany; Wheeler, Sikoryak, and Trump; Pond and Carre in Columbus

Advertising Work by New Yorker Cartoonists, Part 19: Look Magazine Miscellany

Courtesy of ComicsDC’s Mike Rhode, here’s a quartet of ads from Look magazine. The Otto Soglow Pepsi ad, the Richard Taylor Pepsodent ad and the The Richard Decker cops & robber ad are all from the issue of February 23, 1943. The Richard Decker stocking full of smokes ad is from the issue of December 15, 1942.

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Wheeler, Sikoryak, and Trump

From Forbes.com, September 16, 2017, ” In The Age of Trump, Cartoonists Get Graphic With The Critiques” — this piece on Trumpian books by two New Yorker contributors, Shannon Wheeler and Robert Sikoryak.

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Pond and Carre in Columbus

Mimi Pond and Lilli Carre are among the Special Guests at the upcoming Cartoon Crossroads Columbus (Sept. 28 – Oct. 1).  Details here.

Gahan Wilson’s New Website; A Mimi Pond Interview; New Case For Pencils with Jeremy Nguyen

Gahan Wilson’s New Website

The one-and-only Gahan Wilson has a new website (this news courtesy of Comics DC’s Mike Rhode, as is the Mimi Pond post below). Link here

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A Mimi Pond Interview

From Paste, August 22, 2017 — The Customer Is Always Wrong‘s Mimi Pond On Turning Diner Drama into Period Piece Drama” — this interview In conjunction with the release of her new book.  

Link here to Ms. Pond’s website

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New Case For Pencils with Jeremy Nguyen

Jeremy Nguyen is next up on Jane Mattimoe’s always interesting Case For Pencils blog.

See it here!

Link here to Mr. Nguyen’s website

 

 

Karasik Explains “How A Cartoon Is Funny”; Interview of Interest: Mimi Pond

Karasik Explains How A Cartoon Is Funny

Paul Karasik has dissected a New Yorker cartoon or two.  He continues this coming Monday.  Details here.

A Karasik quote of interest from the linked article:

“Despite E.B. White’s famous saying, ‘Analyzing humor is like dissecting a frog; few are interested and the frog dies,’ my goal is to explain how a cartoon is funny, how it works its magic on the reader.” _______________________________________________________________________

Interview of Interest: Mimi Pond

From The Muse, August 8, 2017, “A chat with Mimi Pond on the Service Industry, Cocaine, and Writing the First Episode of The Simpsons” — Ms. Pond’s new book is The Customer Is Always Wrong.

An excerpt from Ms. Pond’s book appeared on the newyorker.com ‘s Daily Shouts  August 2.

Alex Noel Watson: 1929- 2017

 

The Professional Cartoonists Organisation  has posted the sad news that Alex Noel Watson has passed away. You will read that he was a delightful person, a real character –and that was exactly the case; he was a high-spirited exceptionally friendly man of many talents. 

  Read the announcement here.

Mr. Watson’s work appears in The New Yorker Cartoon Album 1975-1985He contributed seven drawings to The New Yorker between 1970 and 1997 (his first appears below — it was in the issue of August 29, 1970).  Also shown is the cartoonist company he kept in that issue.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Link here to Mr. Watson’s entry in The British Cartoon Archive

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 Book of Interest: I Actually Wore This

Here’s an uncartoony book, with a few New Yorker cartoon folks in it, namely Roz Chast and the magazine’s assistant cartoon editor, Colin Stokes.  

Written by Tom Coleman, with photographs by Jerome Jakubiec.  Published by Rizzoli.  Published this past March.  

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Interviews of Interest: Julia Wertz, Mimi Pond

From the podcast Sagittarian Matters, two recent episodes:

Episode #68  with Mimi Pond (May 26, 2017)

Episode #64 with  Julia Wertz  (April 28, 2017)

Click here to reach the site.

 

A Season of Applause for New Yorker Artists

 

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I can’t remember a time when New Yorker artists have been so honored and acknowledged. Three memoirs by the magazine’s contributors hit the New York Times Best Seller list: Mimi Pond’s Over Easy, Bob Mankoff’s How About Never? Is Never Good for You? and Roz Chast’s  Can’t We Talk About Something More PleasantLiza Donnelly’s Women on Men was selected as a finalist for The Thurber Prize for American Humor. Alison Bechdel was recently awarded a MacArthur grant, and just yesterday it was announced that Ms. Chast’s memoir is on the long list for the National Book Award in nonfiction.  Congratulations to each and every one!

Links to websites:

Mimi Pond

Bob Mankoff

Roz Chast

Liza Donnelly

Alison Bechdel

 

Edward Sorel a Society of Illustrators Hall of Fame Inductee; Mankoff in the Hamptons; Chast on Rose w/ David Remnick

SorelThe great illustrator, Edward Sorel is a Society of Illustrators Hall of Fame inductee.  Read about it here on the SOI site.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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It’s an unusual year, with three New York Times best selling New Yorker cartoonist books out there: Mimi Pond’s graphic memoir, Roz Chast’s graphic memoir  and Bob Mankoff’s memoir.

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And here’s a link, Ink Spilled a little late, of Roz Chast on “The Charlie Rose” show a few weeks ago.  David Remnick, the editor of The New Yorker, fills in for Mr. Rose.  You can See Roz’s appearance at the 36:18 mark.