The Monday Tilley Watch: The New Yorker Issue Of January 18, 2021; A Passing Note: Ved Mehta; Today’s Daily Cartoonist & Cartoon; Interview Of Interest; Liza Donnelly; Article of Interest: James Stevenson Exhibit At The Bruce Museum

The Monday Tilley Watch Takes A Glancing Look At The Art & Artists Of The Latest Issue Of The New Yorker The Cover: As mentioned here last week, the cover (shown above), by Edel Rodriguez was early-released. Here (once again) is the Cover Story post with him. The Cartoonists: The Cartoons: Seventeen cartoonists and seventeen cartoons. One newbie: Jacob Breckenridge,

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50 Years Ago in The New Yorker

Every so often I like to take a look at a random issue of The New Yorker from well before my time there, or well before my time, period. This issue, of April 29, 1967 is solidly in the former category. The New Yorker was not yet on my mind —  I was in fact, just about to begin transitioning

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Latest Addition to Ink Spill’s Archives: “Drawings of the Theatre 1927” with Arno, Karasz, Birnbaum, and Covarrubias; More Spills: Bob Eckstein Cracks Wise for The New York Times on Debate Night; Donnelly Live-Tweet Draws Debate for CBS News

                                                Thanks to the generosity of the illustrator Tom Bloom (who is an  indefatigable collector of cartoon-related books & ephemera)  Drawings of the Theatre 1927 has been added to the archives. I’d not heard of or seen

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