The Daily Cartoon contributing New Yorker cartoonists for the past week: David Sipress, Peter Kuper, Jason Chatfield (with Scott Dooley), and Jason Adam Katzenstein. Not so much a Trumpian week this week.
The New Yorker cartoonist contributing to Daily Shouts: Emily Flake (with Abby Sher).
To see all the work, link here.
Out mid-January 2019 from Fantagraphics, Mort Gerberg On The Scene. The publisher tells us that the book is a “career retrospective of Gerberg’s magazine cartoons, sketchbook drawings, and on-the-scene reportage sketches.”
According to the current issue of the National Cartoonists Society publication The National Cartoon!st [sic] Mr. Gerberg’s art will be on exhibit at The New York Historical Society in 2019.
I’m trying to find a way to link to the excellent Gerberg interview in the issue.
Trivia: within the interview a full page Gerberg cartoon from the October 20, 1965 New Yorker is identified as Mr. Gerberg’s first New Yorker cartoon (Mr. Gerberg talks about the history of the cartoon in question). In fact, Mr. Gerberg’s first New Yorker cartoon ran in April of that year (the issue of April 10th, ’65). This is it:
Link here to Mr. Gerberg’s website.
…Thomas Vinciguerra, author of the wonderful Cast of Characters: Wolcott Gibbs, E.B. White, James Thurber, And The Golden Age Of The New Yorker (Norton, 2016) has reviewed the big red trope box, The New Yorker Encyclopedia Of Cartoons for The Wall Street Journal. Unfortunately, the WSJ‘s paywall gets in the way of fully reading it. Here’s a link anyway (in case you subscribe, or wish to).
…And from Seven Days, November 14, 2018, an article on Edward Koren’s just published In The Wild.