Wednesday Spill: A Stevenson Exhibit At The Bruce Museum; Article Of Interest: Peter Steiner; Today’s Daily Cartoonist & Cartoon; Today’s Daily Shouts Cartoonist

A Stevenson Show At The Bruce Museum Here’s James Stevenson’s entry on the Spill‘s A-Z: James Stevenson Born, NYC, 1929. Died, February 17, 2017, Cos Cob, Connecticut. New Yorker work: March 10, 1956 -. Stevenson interned as an office boy at The New Yorker in the mid 1940s when he began supplying ideas for other New Yorker artists. Nine years

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Tuesday’s Spill: Bliss & Martin On “The View”; “The New Yorker Store” Introduced; The Daily Cartoonist; NYPL Interview Of Interest: Amy Kurzweil

Bliss & Martin On “The View” The pr blitz continues for Harry Bliss & Steve Martin’s cartoon collection, A Wealth Of Pigeons. Here they are on ABC’s “The View” _________________________________________________________ The New Yorker has introduced “its own merchandising operation”: “The New Yorker Store”…among the fun products available are Ed Steed playing cards. You can order them here. You say you’re

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The Weekend Spill: Early Richter; New Blitt; Attempted Bloggery On Thurber’s Riddle; Article Of Interest: “Artist Portfolio: Amy Kurzweil”; Article Of Interest: Forgotten Caricatures Of Covarrubias; Article Of Interest: Emily Flake On Kids & Rules; Video Of Interest: “Power Of Black Ink” Panel

Early Richter I’ve always thought that the late Mischa Richter’s cartoon roots were heavily influenced by Peter Arno’s work (something he vehemently denied when I interviewed him in 1999).* This early Mischa Richter drawing currently on Ebay is interesting in that it seems to show a Steig influence. The fellow staring at the wall thermometer is right out of William

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Friday’s Spill: Jason Chatfield Hosts!; One Of These Is Not Like The Other; Today’s Daily Cartoonist & Cartoon

Jason Chatfield Hosts! Fun news from Jason Chatfield who posted on social media a couple of days ago that he is hosting a show on the Food Network.  Details here on his website.  Mr. Chatfield began contributing to The New Yorker in 2017.   ___________________________________________________________________ One Of These Is Not Like The Other If you Google New Yorker Cartoonists, a

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