Can’t get enough of Liana Finck’s wonderful drawings? Well now you can see three at once on The Toast.
Ms. Finck’s website
Attempted Bloggery continues its close look at The New Yorker’s earliest issues. Today it’s issue #3
(left: a glimpse of Rea Irvin’s cover for the third issue)
A Case For Pencils continues its look at the tools of the trade with Farley Katz — the 10th New Yorker cartoonist in the series.
Mr. Katz’s website
Update: This event postponed.
Richard Gehr, author of I Only Read It For The Cartoons, will be in conversation with Arnie Levin and Sam Gross tomorrow at Baruch College. Details here (scroll down for the event).
Attempted Bloggery takes a close look at The New Yorker’s 2nd issue (above: Al Frueh’s cover). Go see.
And over at A Case For Pencils, Ben Schwartz shares his tools of the trade. Link here!
Our good friend over at Attempted Bloggery has two posts tied-in to The New Yorker’s 90th anniversary. Go look!
Ink Spill’s good friend over at Attempted Bloggery has an interesting post examining a preliminary cover sketch by Charles Saxon and comparing it to the published cover. Look for yourself.
Below: Ink Spill’s New Yorker Cartoonists A-Z entry for Mr. Saxon:
Charles Saxon (self portrait above from Best Cartoons of the Year 1947) Born in Brooklyn, Nov 13, 1920, died in Stamford, Conn., Dec 6, 1988. NYer work: 1943 – 1991 (2 drawings published posthumously). Key collection: One Man’s Fancy ( Dodd, Mead, 1977).