The Monday Tilley Watch

A new feature in the new week. Around here at the Spill this roller coaster cartoon life begins anew every monday with the publication of the latest issue of the New Yorker.  The latest issue is the klieg light for cartoonists; we go to it with some higher level of curiosity: to see who’s in and what our colleagues have

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Wall-to-Wall Cartoonists at David Remnick’s Hello Goodbye Party

The New Yorker‘s editor, David Remnick threw a Hello Goodbye party last night (Hello, Emma Allen, the magazine’s new cartoon editor; Goodbye, Bob Mankoff, the former cartoon editor). It was, by far, the largest gathering of New Yorker cartoonists since  1997, when forty-one gathered for an Arnold Newman group photo (it appeared in the magazine’s first cartoon issue, December 15,

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The “…other cartoonists for The New Yorker…”

A recent New York Times article, “The Making of Virtually Real Art with Google’s Tilt Brush” (January 4, 2016) named just two of the New Yorker cartoonists who joined Bob Mankoff and Roz Chast in exploring, what the Times described as Google’s  “virtual reality setup that allows people to paint with light….” In the article we are told that “Bob

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Fave Photo of the Week: Partying New Yorker Cartoonists

The New Yorker‘s cartoon assistant, Colin Stokes took this wonderful photo at the magazine’s holiday party, Wednesday, December 14th of this year. Shown in the photo, left to right standing: Ben Schwartz, Harry Bliss, Joe Dator, Emily Flake, Amy Hwang, and Drew Dernavich.  Kneeling, Corey Pandolph. (photo courtesy of Colin Stokes) Visit the New Yorker’s Cartoon Bank to see work

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