Weekend Spill: A New Yorker Artists Group Photo From 1984; The Tilley Watch Online, July 27-31, 2020

___________________________________________________________________________________ A fun evening at Parsons School of Design back in October of 1984. The occasion was the opening of a group show of New Yorker art. The group photo above and the smaller photos, by T. Dovidio, appeared in The Village Voice. Below is a barely legible key (sorry!) to the artists shown. One person is unknown to me.

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More Zoomin’ Cartoonists; Today’s Bonus Daily Cartoonist & Cartoon, Today’s Daily Cartoonist & Cartoon, & Yesterday’s; Randomly Pulled From The Spill’s Library Shelves

The Norman Rockwell Museum continues its zoomed panel discussions next Tuesday, August 4th with Liza Donnelly and myself.  Link here for all the info. Liza Donnelly’s first New Yorker cartoon appeared in 1982. A retrospective of her work, Comic Relief  is currently on exhibit at The Norman Rockwell Museum. Link here for my bio. ____________________________________________________________________ Today’s Daily Bonus Cartoon is

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The Wednesday Spill: Archived…The Norman Rockwell Zoomin’ Cartoonists; Today’s Daily Cartoonist & Cartoon…And Yesterday’s…And The Day Before Yesterday’s

In case you missed it live yesterday, The Norman Rockwell Museum zoomin’ cartoonists panel is now available on Youtube here. Panelists shown, top left then clockwise: Michael Shaw, Stephanie Plunkett, Bob Eckstein, Edward Koren, and Teresa Burns Parkhurst. ______________________________________________________________________ Today’s Daily Cartoonist & Cartoon Maddie Dai, on green rooms. Ms. Dai began contributing to The New Yorker in 2017. Yesterday’s

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Fave Photo Of The Day: Liza Donnelly

My colleague Liza Donnelly has had a busy few months as her one-person show at the Norman Rockwell Museum was readied and then opened (she traveled to Stockbridge, Massachusetts for the virtual opening). So she might be excused for taking some down(east) time to kick back, removing herself for just a bit from social media, from the whirl of day-to-day events,

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