Article Of Interest: Paul Karasik; Event Of Interest: Steve Brodner In Conversation With Joe Ciardiello at The Society Of Illustrators; Today’s New Yorker Daily Cartoon

From The Vineyard Gazette, January 29, 2019, “A Brief Sketch of Life As a Cartoon Artist” — the cartoon artist is Paul Karasik, who began contributing to The New Yorker in 1999.

_______________________________________

The Society of Illustrators will host a conversation with two exceptional illustrators (both of them have contributed to The New Yorker), Steve Brodner and Joe Ciardiello. The occasion is the publication of Mr. Ciardiello’s graphic memoir, A Fistful of Drawings (from Fantagraphics, out February 12, 2019)

All the info here.

Link here to Joe Ciardiello’s website

Link here to Steve Brodner’s website

Link here to The Society of Illustrators website

_________________________________________

Today’s New Yorker Daily Cartoon

Since online is increasingly where the action is, I decided this morning that The New Yorker‘s Daily Cartoons should be recognized here, well… daily (they’ll also continue to be gathered at week’s end under The Tilley Watch Online heading along with Daily Shouts pieces contributed by cartoonists). For those who missed this Spill piece about the Daily some time back, there are a number of differences between a Daily cartoon and the cartoons you find in the print edition of The New Yorker.

Today’s Daily cartoon, concerning Brexit, is by Maddie Dai. See it here. Ms. Dai began contributing to the print edition of The New Yorker in June of 2017. Link here to her website.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *