The Monday Tilley Watch: The New Yorker Issue Of January 18, 2021; A Passing Note: Ved Mehta; Today’s Daily Cartoonist & Cartoon; Interview Of Interest; Liza Donnelly; Article of Interest: James Stevenson Exhibit At The Bruce Museum

The Monday Tilley Watch Takes A Glancing Look At The Art & Artists Of The Latest Issue Of The New Yorker The Cover: As mentioned here last week, the cover (shown above), by Edel Rodriguez was early-released. Here (once again) is the Cover Story post with him. The Cartoonists: The Cartoons: Seventeen cartoonists and seventeen cartoons. One newbie: Jacob Breckenridge,

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Weekend Spill: Happy 85th Birthday, Edward Koren!; The Tilley Watch Online, December 7-11, 2020; More Stevenson; A Cartoon Captioning Contest Of Note

Happy 85th Edward Koren! Birthday wishes to one of the greatest New Yorker artists, Edward Koren, born on this day in 1935. Mr. Koren, now in his 58th year of contributing to the magazine, is The New Yorker‘s longest running regular cartoonist contributor. Here’s Mr. Koren’s entry on the Spill‘s A-Z: Edward Koren ( photo above, Fall 2016, courtesy of

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James Stevenson Documentary Film Streaming On Amazon; Monday Tilley Watch: The New Yorker Issue Of December 14, 2020; Today’s Daily Cartoonist & Cartoon

Word has reached the Spill from “Stevenson: Lost and Found” Producer, Sally Williams that the film will begin streaming on Amazon this week. This is great news for those who missed it as well as for those who wish to see it again. Mr. Stevenson is in all likelihood the magazine’s most prolific New Yorker cartoonist contributor, with nearly two

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Wednesday Spill: A Stevenson Exhibit At The Bruce Museum; Article Of Interest: Peter Steiner; Today’s Daily Cartoonist & Cartoon; Today’s Daily Shouts Cartoonist

A Stevenson Show At The Bruce Museum Here’s James Stevenson’s entry on the Spill‘s A-Z: James Stevenson Born, NYC, 1929. Died, February 17, 2017, Cos Cob, Connecticut. New Yorker work: March 10, 1956 -. Stevenson interned as an office boy at The New Yorker in the mid 1940s when he began supplying ideas for other New Yorker artists. Nine years

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