Audio/Visuals of Interest: Liza Donnelly, Roz Chast, Lars Kenseth

Liza Donnelly’s Latest Drawings on CBS This Morning

Here’s CBS News Resident Cartoonist Liza Donnelly’s latest work.

And…she wrote a little something about the piece on her blog 

Ms. Donnelly’s website.

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The Virtual Memories MoCCA Interview with Roz Chast

Gil Roth’s  interviews an awful lot of interesting folks, and thankfully, a good number of them are cartoonists.  Here’s a live interview (they’re all live, aren’t they?) he conducted with Roz Chast at the recent MoCCA Fest in NYC. 

Ms. Chast’s website.

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Lars Kenseth’s Chuck Deuce to Premiere

From Adult Swim:

A half-hour animated masterpiece written by Lars Kenseth about Chuck, Chuck Deuce is about a NorCal slacktivist/surfer who paddles out to carve mavericks, when – GAH-DOOSH! – a giant wave crushes him.

More info here!

Mr. Kenseth’s website.

 

 

A Fave Photo From the Ink Spill Vault

Cartoon panelists

 

 

Here’s a photo taken back in 2005 at the old Museum of Comic and Cartoon Art (MoCCA) headquarters on Broadway in Soho (MoCCA now resides within the walls of The Society of Illustrators).

Left to right: Gahan Wilson, Roz Chast, Barbara Smaller, P.C. Vey, Liza Donnelly, and Jack Ziegler

 

Note: Barbara Smaller, Liana Finck and Marisa Acocella Marchetto will join Liza Donnelly on stage tomorrow night at The Museum of the City of New York for a discussion about New Yorker cartoons. Information here.

Art Young Opening! Plus…The Spill’s Mid-Week Round-up: P.C. Vey, Kominsky-Crumb, Kupperman, Mankoff, Katchor, Sikoryak & Mouly; The New Yorker’s 5th issue Gets a Close Look

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P. C. Vey, whose April 15, 2013 New Yorker drawing appears here,  talks about his tools of the trade on A Case For Pencils. Go see!

Link here to Mr. Vey’s website

Link here to see some of his New Yorker work

 

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MOCCA-DAVIS

The Museum of Comic & Cartoon Art has announced its MoCCA Fest 2015 line-up. The list includes a bunch of New Yorkery names, including Ben Katchor, R. Sikoryak, Francoise Mouly, Aline Kominsky-Crumb and Michael Kupperman. A panel on Saul Steinberg is one of the highlights.  The Beat has the all the info.

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Art Young 4:22:30Art Young, whose April 22nd, 1930 New Yorker drawing appears here, will be celebrated big-time, beginning this Friday, March 27th. Back in February, Marc Moorash, curator of the Art Young Gallery told Ink Spill,  “March and April we’re giving Art his first solo show since his exhibition at the ACA Gallery in 1939. We’ll have 40 original illustrations and 120 pieces of ephemera – letters, books, magazines, etc.” Go here for all the information.

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More Spills:

…Attempted Bloggery’s latest post: a close look at The New Yorker’s 5th issue

…Video: The New Yorker’s Cartoon Editor, Bob Mankoff & The Harvard Lampoon

New Yorker in Westport Redux; MoCCA Arts Fest 2014

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From Connecticut Magazine, March 31, 2014, “When The New Yorker Moved to Connecticut; Westport a Hotbed for Covers”

Left: Garrett Price‘s cover for the December 19, 1947 issue

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Here’s all the info about the upcoming MoCCA Arts fest taking place this April 5th & 6th.  Browsing through the information on the site, I noted that Liana Finck (signing her new book, A Bintel Brief),  Shannon Wheeler, Peter Kuper and Francoise Mouly will be in attendance.

5 Questions for Roz Chast; Bloomingdale’s Cartoon Collection; Further news of The Museum of Comic and Cartoon Art (MoCCA) & The Society of Illustrators

From The Horn Book, August 2, 2012, “Five Questions for Roz Chast”

 

From American Enterprise, August 9, 2012, “Seeing artistry in Alfred Bloomingdale’s Cartoon Collection”

 

From The Comics Journal (TCJ), August 9, 2012, Michael Dean continues his fine coverage with “MoCCA Gets a New Lease on Life at Society of Illustrators”

Peter Steiner illustrates; Mark Singer on Edward Koren’s 50th anniversary; Aline-Kominsky Crumb @ MoCCA; Fiction Writers Review blog adds cartoons; Addams Family costumes; Science Cracking the Humor Code?; Audio interview: Liza Donnelly; Mankoff & Co. on dreamed cartoons

 

From Speaker System, “10 1/2 Things No Commencement Speaker Has Ever Said” (W. W. Norton & Co.) This new book by Charles Wheelan is illustrated by the one and only Peter Steiner.  Visit your neighborhood online book seller for a peek inside.

 

From newyorker.com, June 1, 2012, “Ed Koren Arrives” — Mark Singer on Mr. Koren’s 50th anniversary at The New Yorker.  (a slideshow accompanies the post).

 

 

From Omnicomic, May 31, 2012, “MoCCA Gets a Miami Makeover” Aline Kominsky-Crumb collaborates with Dominique Sapel (exhibit opens June 14th).

 

From Fiction Writers Review, June 1, 2012, “The Flyleaf” — with an inaugural cartoon by Tom Toro


From Costume Direct, some semi-familiar garb

 

From The Huffington Post, May 31, 2012, “Should Science Crack the Humor Code?” (with Steinberg content)

 

From Tall Tale Radio, May 24, 2012, this audio interview with Liza Donnelly

 

From newyorker.com., May 31, 2012, “In Dreams Begin Cartoons”Bob Mankoff (with a little help from Sam Cobean, Robert Leighton, Joe Dator, and Kaamran Hafeez ) explores the relationship between zzzzzs and cartoons.