The Online Tilley Watch, The Week Of March 4-8, 2019; Fave Photo Of The Day: Sorel & Gerberg; Elisabeth McNair Pencilled; Interview Of Interest: New Yorker Cover Artist Marcellus Hall; Bud Grace On His Second(?) New Yorker Cartoon

The Daily cartoons this week were brought to us by Brendon Loper, Farley Katz, Peter Kuper, Tim Hamilton, and JAK (Jason Adam Katzenstein).  A mixed-bag, thematically, with three outta five of the cartoons Trumpish.

New Yorker cartoonists contributing to Daily Shouts: Amy Hwang, Ed Steed, and Ali Soloman.

See all of the above, and more, here.

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Fave Photo Of The Day: Sorel & Gerberg

Meant to post this a few weeks back. It was taken at The New York Historical Society opening for Mort Gerberg’s exhibit.  That’s Mr. Gerberg on the left and the great Edward Sorel on the right.

The exhibit, “Mort Gerberg Cartoons: A New Yorker’s Perspective” runs through May 5th.

(photo used with permission of Mr. Gerberg).

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Elisabeth McNair Pencilled

Jane Mattimoe’s wonderful Case For Pencils continues with the spotlight on Elisabeth McNair (above) and her tools of the trade.  Ms. McNair’s first New Yorker drawing appeared in the July 30, 2018 issue.  See the post here.

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Interview Of Interest: Cover Artist Marcellus Hall

From DART (Design Arts Daily), March 7, 2019, “The DART Interview: Marcellus Hall”

Mr. Marcellus’s first New Yorker cover appeared in 2005. Link here to his website.

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Bud Grace On His 2nd New Yorker Cartoon

Bud Grace, writes on his blog about his second New Yorker drawing, and a particularly good edit by the then cartoon editor, Lee Lorenz.

Not to be too nit-picky about this, but Mr. Grace identifies the above as his second New Yorker cartoon, yet I’m unable to find his first on the New Yorker‘s database. Perhaps he sold two, and only one (the one above)  appeared? Mr. Grace, if you see this,  please advise.

 

 

 

Article Of Interest: John Cuneo; Today’s New Yorker Daily Cartoon; Fave Photo Of The Day: Emma Allen & Mort Gerberg; Article Of Interest: Will McPhail; New Yorker Cover Artist Jenny Kroik’s Tools Of The Trade On Case For Pencils

Above: John Cuneo, left foreground, at The Society of Illustrators. Next to him is Anelle Miller, the Director of the Society. Left to right, rear, cartoonist Felipe Galindo, Stephen Nadler of Attempted Bloggery, and cartoonist Marc Bilgrey

From Hudson Valley One, January 31, 2019, “Woodstocker captures the President for New Yorker covers and more”

— this article on New Yorker cover artist, John Cuneo. .

Today’s New Yorker Daily cartoon, featuring a political Frankenstein, is by David Sipress. See it here. Mr. Sipress began contributing to The New Yorker in July of 1998

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Fave Photo Of The Day: Emma Allen and Mort Gerberg

Above: The New Yorker‘s cartoon editor, Emma Allen, and long-time cartoonist, Mort Gerberg, at last night’s Book Culture book event in NYC celebrating the release of Mort Gerberg On the Scene: A 50 Year Cartoon Chronicle.

— My thanks to Marcie Jacobs-Cole for the photo.

Mr. Gerberg began contributing to The New Yorker in April of 1965.

Ms. Allen has been The New Yorker‘s cartoon editor since May of 2017.

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Article of Interest: Will McPhail

From The Student Newspaper, “An Interview with Will McPhail: Cartoonist for The New Yorker”

Mr. McPhail began contributing to The New Yorker in 2014. Link here to his website.

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Case For Pencils Spotlights Jenny Kroik

Jane Mattimoe’s Case For Pencils looks at New Yorker cover artist, Jenny Kroik’s tools of the trade. See it all here!

Edward Koren Book Events; An Early Release Of Next Week’s New Yorker Cover; Colin Tom Is Pencilled; Live New Yorker Cartoons On Late Night With Seth Meyers; Cartoon Companion Rates The Latest New Yorker Cartoons

From UV Index, November 8, 2018, “Ed Koren, the ‘New Yorker’ cartoonist who served as Vermont’s cartoon laureate, releases new book” — this press release mentioning two upcoming events featuring Mr. Koren.

Ed Koren began contributing to The New Yorker in 1962. Link here to his website.

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An Early Release of Next Week’s Cover

As happens every so often, the magazine has early-released its upcoming cover (cover artist: Barry Blitt). You can read about it here. 

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Colin Tom Pencilled

Jane Mattimoe’s Case For Pencils’ spotlight falls on Colin Tom. Mr. Tom began contributing to The New Yorker in 2015.

Go here to read all about Mr. Tom’s  tools of the trade.

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Live New Yorker Cartoons On Late Night With Seth Meyers

The New Yorker‘s editor, David Remnick (above left) returned to NBC’s “Late Night With Seth Meyers” for the seventh installment of “Live New Yorker Cartoons” (this one carried the tag, “Raiders of the Lost Snark”). Cartoons by Liam Walsh, Liana Finck, Jon Adams, Zach Kanin, and Mick Stevens were brought to life.  See it here.

And:  here’s Mr. Remnick’s sit-down chat with Mr. Meyers. It includes some interesting cartoon talk.

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Cartoon Companion Rates The Latest New Yorker Cartoons

The CC’s “Max” and “Simon” focus on all the cartoons in the latest issue of the New Yorker (the one with the row boat on the cover). Read it here.

 

The Tilley Watch Online for the Week of July 30 – August 3, 2018; Cartoonists Ask Questions

 Trump (or in the realm of Trump) still dominating this weeks Daily Cartoon. The final Daily of the week was corporate. The contributing cartoonists: Brendan Loper (twice), David Sipress, Peter Kuper, and Jon Adams.

Over on Daily Shouts, zippo contributing New Yorker cartoonists this week.

To see all of the above, and more, link here.

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Cartoonists Ask Questions

Jane Mattimoe has begun a new branch of her long-running blog A Case For Pencils: cartoonists asking questions.  Go here to see who’s asked what.