The Tilley Watch Online: The Week of July 23-27, 2018; Cartoon Companion Rates the Latest New Yorker Cartoons

The Daily cartoons were 4/5s Trumpian this week, with an argument to be made for the 5th being in the Trump sphere as well.  The cartoonists: Joe Dator, Ellis Rosen, Paul Noth, Peter Kuper, and JAK.

Contributing New Yorker cartoonists on the Daily Shouts: Liana Finck, and Sara Lautman.

You can see all the work, and more, here.

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Cartoon Companion Rates the Latest New Yorker Cartoons

In a world where there are very few websites devoted to New Yorker cartoons, Cartoon Companion is all by itself as a place where the latest cartoons are prodded, poked and evaluated. Here’s the latest installment

 

Liza Donnelly’s NYT’s Op-Ed: “I Broke My Arm and Had to Rethink Everything”; The New Yorker’s Women Cartoonists: Then And Now

From The New York Times, July 22, 2018, “My Left Hand vs. My Right Hand” — this Op-Ed piece by Liza Donnelly about breaking her right arm — the one with her drawing hand.  Here’s an Ink Spill piece about it from last Fall.

Below: a tweet from Ms. Donnelly the day of the break.

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And speaking of Ms. Donnelly and cartoons, here’s her just posted newyorker.com piece about the upcoming exhibit, Funny Ladies at The New Yorker

It includes a fab slide show of work by some of the artists in the show.

Link here for info about the exhibit at the Society of Illustrators

 

The Tilley Watch Online: The Week of July 16-20, 2018; Cartoon Companion Rates Latest New Yorker Cartoons; Eisner Congrats; Steinberg, Natty Dresser

Another very Trumpian week (but of course!) for the Daily Cartoon, with contributions by Brendan Loper (twice), Mary Lawton, Ellis Rosen, and Lars Kenseth

And on the Daily Shouts, the contributing New Yorker cartoonists were David Sipress, and a group effort from Sharon Levy, Olivia de Recat, and the aforementioned  Mr. Kenseth

You can see all of the above, and more on newyorker.com.

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Cartoon Companion Rates Latest New Yorker Cartoons

The CC’s “Max” and “Simon” return with their trademark cartoon ratings. The boys focus on the work in the issue of July 23, 2018. Seth Fleishman is awarded the CC‘s coveted Top Toon blue ribbon. Read it all here.

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Eisner Congrats

The Eisner Award winners were announced last night. Congrats to all the nominated folks, with an extra woo-hoo to New Yorker cartoonists, Shannon Wheeler and Paul Karasik

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Mouly & Spiegelman on Steinberg

From newyorker.com‘s Culture Desk, “Saul Steinberg: On The Hyphen Between High And Low”

— this brief piece in conjunction with a Steinberg exhibit at The Drawing Room.

Chatfield Pencilled; From Dick Buchanan’s Files: Work by Gardner Rea; Splat! New Yorker Reveals Its Next Cover; Even More Cartoons; New Yorker Union Certified

Chatfield Pencilled

Jason Chatfield is up next on A Case For Pencils, Jane Mattimoe’s wonderful blog wherein New Yorker cartoonists show us their tools of the trade.  Read it here!

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 From Dick Buchanan’s files via Mike Lynch: Gardner Rea

Mike Lynch has posted another bevy of cartoons from Dick Buchanan’s Files.  This time it’s work from the underappreciated Gardner Rea.  See it all here

Here’s Mr. Rea’s entry on the Spill‘s A-Z:

Gardner Rea (self portrait above from Collier’s Collects Its Wits. Photo from Rea’s NYTs obit, 1966.) Born, Ironton, Ohio 1892. Died, 1966. Collections: The Gentleman Says It’s Pixies / Collier’s Cartoons by Gardner Rea (Robert McBride & Co. 1944), Gardner Rea’s Sideshow (Robert McBride & Co, 1945). New Yorker work: 1st issue (February 21, 1925) – 1965.

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Splat! New Yorker Reveals Its Next Cover

Barry Blitt talks to Francoise Mouly about his cover (above) for next week’s issue. And here’s a Washington Post piece about it.

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Even More Cartoons

 12 more pages, showing 18 more cartoons have been released by the publisher of the upcoming (October) New Yorker Encyclopedia of Cartoons. See them here on the book’s Amazon listing.

With 3000 images promised, we’ve been shown a total of 25.  Only 2975 to go!

Note to tote bag afficionadoes: If you preorder either the $800.00 deluxe edition or the not-deluxe $100.00 edition, you’ll receive a tote bag.

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New Yorker Union Certified

The News Guild of New York posted this photo on Twitter congratulating the New Yorker Union’s certification. Keen-eyed observers will note a portion of James Thurber’s wall drawings on the extreme right. The drawings have moved with the magazine since it left its second home at 25 West 43rd Street in 1991.

This is what the drawings look like without company :