This week’s Daily cartoons (these are cartoons that appear only online and are not in the print version of the magazine) include appearances by David Sipress (businessmen in D.C.), Chris Weyant (a fortune teller sees law & order ahead), Zach Kanin (a pantsless sovereign), and Ellis Rosen (two drawings: Santa watching the results of the recent Alabama senate race, and an animated comment on net neutrality).
Over on Daily Shouts, contributing New Yorker cartoonists include a duo effort by Jason Adam Katzenstein & Farley Katz, “Some Health Insurance Plans That Would Actually Work For Me” and the third of Liana Finck’s “Dear Pepper” advice pieces.
Attempted Bloggery Uncovers Sizzling Platters
Attempted Bloggery, one of the Spill’s favorite blogs, unearths three New Yorker drawings centered on sizzling platters (one of them, by Barbara Shermund, is shown above).
While you’re on the AB site, scroll down to see a Dorothy McKay cover for the (old old) Life magazine.
Here’s Ms. McKay’s entry on the Spill‘s A-Z:
Dorothy McKay ( Self portrait above from Meet the Artist, 1943; Photo from Cartoon Humor, 1938) Born c.1904, died June, 1974 New York City. New Yorker work: 1934 -1936.