The Tilley Watch, The New Yorker Issue Of June 24, 2019; Today’s Daily Cartoonist: J.A.K.; A Kickstarter Campaign For The Surreal McCoy’s “Wolf Of Baghdad” Soundtrack

The Cover: A debut by Olimpia Zagnoli.  According to The New Yorker‘s art editor, Francoise Mouly, the cover is a tribute to Pride Month.  Read about the cover here. Note: with this issue the cover artist’s name has been returned to the Contributors page (p.4) after disappearing for the past two issues.   The Cartoonists: Co-credited cartoons are not as

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The Tilley Watch Online, April 1-5, 2019; Reminder: MoCCA Weekend Kicks Off Today!

The Daily contributing New Yorker cartoonists this week: Christopher Weyant & Ellis Rosen (a dual effort), Pat Byrnes, Eli Dreyfus & Dan Abromowitz (another dual effort), Brendan Loper, and Kendra Allenby.    New Yorker cartoonists contributing to Daily Shouts this week: John Klossner,  Emily Flake, Dan Abromowitz (with Eugenia Viti), Colin Stokes & Jason Adam Katzenstein (a dual effort).  

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Today’s Daily Cartoonist: Eli Dreyfus; Liza Donnelly Curates MoCCA Int’l Cartoon Exhibit “Drawing Across Borders”; Seth At The Strand

Today’s Daily — basketball plus — is by Eli Dreyfus ,who first contributed to The New Yorker (as part of a duo, with Dan Abromowitz) in 2015. ________________________ Donnelly Curates Int’l Cartoon Exhibit: “Drawing Across Borders” Liza Donnelly has curated an exhibit of work by a number of international cartoonists from the organization, Cartooning for Peace. The work can be

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The Tilley Watch Online: April 2-6, 2018; Borowitz Laff ‘O’ the Week; More Spills: Pia Guerra, MoCCA Fest

The current administration, as usual, provided, in one way or another, fodder for this week’s Daily cartoons. Brendan Loper‘s work book-ended the week with Peter Kuper, Jason Chatfield (and co-writer Scott Dooley), Jeremy Nguyen in between. Over on Daily Shouts, contributing New Yorker cartoonists were  Jason Adam Katzenstein (aka JAK), Liana Finck, Tom Chitty, Olivia de Recat, and a team effort

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Tom Toro’s Mystery Rea Irvin Drawing; More Spills with Pat Byrnes, Bob Mankoff, BEK, Gilded-Age Cartoonists & More

Every so often, someone runs into a cartoon mystery.  This time it’s New Yorker cartoonist, Tom Toro.  Here’s Tom to explain:   Calling all cartoon sleuths! There’s a mystery afoot.  I managed to get my sticky paws on an original Rea Irvin drawing but I can’t figure out where it was published or what the caption is.   Does anybody

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