Tuesday’s Tilley: Article Of Interest: New Yorker Cover Artist Gayle Kabaker; Today’s Daily Cartoonist & Cartoon; Yesterday’s Daily Shouts Cartoonist & Daily Cartoonist

Article Of Interest: New Yorker Cover Artist Gayle Kabaker From The Washington Post, June 22, 2020, “Sketching My Way Through Crisis” — this piece by Ms. Kabaker, whose New Yorker covers can be seen here. __________________________________________________________ Today’s Daily Cartoonist & Cartoon From Brenadan Loper, who began contributing to The New Yorker in 2016, Trump changes the weather.  __________________________________________________________ Yesterday’s Daily

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The Weekend Spill: A Book Of Interest On The Horizon; The Tilley Watch Online, The Week Of April 6-10, 2020

________________________________________________________________ It appears that this long-ago rejected cover painting is going to be a Spill Easter thing. ___________________________________________________________   An Editor’s Burial: Journals and Journalism From The New Yorker and other Magazines, coming our way in July from Penguin/Random House.   This from the publisher: A glimpse of post-war France through the eyes and words of 14 (mostly) expatriate journalists

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Some Robert Weber; From Dick Buchanan’s Vault: New Yorker Cartoonists Work Not in The New Yorker; Today’s Daily Cartoonist & Cartoon

Some Robert Weber From The Art Contrarian, April 6, 2020,  “Robert Weber, New Yorker Cartoonist” — a brief reminder of the late great Mr. Weber and his work. Above: one of Mr. Weber’s ten New Yorker covers. Robert Weber’s entry on the Spill‘s A-Z: Robert Weber (Pictured mid 1980s. Photograph by Liza Donnelly) Born April 22, 1924, Los Angeles, California.

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The Weekend Spill: Cartoonists Offer #Cartoonrelief To Those Hit Hardest By Covid-19; The Tilley Watch Online, March 30 – April 3, 2020; Tom Gauld’s Collection Reviewed

_____________________________________ While checking in on a New Yorker cartoonist Slack group a few days ago I noticed a number of my cartoonist colleagues had begun using their art to help those in need during this pandemic. I asked if one of the organizers would explain in detail what they were up to. So here is my New Yorker cartoonist colleague,

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