Conan Clip Of Interest; Today’s Daily Shouts By…Ali Fitzgerald; Today’s Daily Cartoonist: Jeremy Nguyen

Conan Clip Of Interest

Here’s a clip from a recent episode of Conan, celebrating Jose Arroyo’s debut New Yorker drawing (it appeared on page 56 of the April 15, 2019 issue).

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Today’s Daily Shouts…

is by Ali Fitzgerald, who has been contributing to newyorker.com since 2016.

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Today’s Daily Cartoonist/Cartoon

 

Jeremy Nguyen on the season for wedding invites. 

Mr. Nguyen began contributing to The New Yorker in 2017.  Visit his website here.

 

Exhibit Of Interest: Peter Steiner’s Recent Paintings; The Tilley Watch Online, April 29 – May 4, 2019; Seth Fleishman’s Tribute To Nurit Karlin

Exhibit Of Interest: Peter Steiner’s Recent Paintings

Peter Steiner, a person who wears many hats (cartoonist, novelist, teacher, painter) will show recent paintings at the Hotchkiss Library of Sharon in June.  All the info here (including an expanded bio). 

Mr. Steiner began contributing his cartoons to The New Yorker in 1979. His 1993 drawing“On the Internet, nobody knows you’re a dog” is one of the magazine’s most reprinted cartoons in its history. 

Mr. Steiner’s next book, The Good Cop, will be out this November.

Visit his website here.

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The Tilley Watch Online, April 29 – May 4, 2019

A weekly round-up of work by New Yorker cartoonists appearing on newyorker.com’s Daily Cartoon and Daily Shouts

The Daily Cartoon: Avi Steinberg, John Cuneo, Lila Ash, David Sipress, and Adam Douglas Thompson.

Daily Shouts: Ellie Black, Jeremy Nguyen (with Irving Ruan), Caitlin Cass, Ali Fitzgerald, and Roz Chast.

To see all the above, and more, link here.

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Seth Fleishman’s Tribute To Nurit Karlin

The cartoonist Seth Fleishman, is, along with John O’Brien, one of The New Yorker‘s few steady practitioners of the captionless cartoon (a far more difficult form, I’ve always believed, than the captioned cartoon).  Mr. Fleishman and Mr. O’Brien have done wonders with captionless cartoons in recent times.  

When Mr. Fleishman learned of the passing of Nurit Karlin, an earlier master whose entire New Yorker run of cartoons was, by far, captionless, he sent along this photo of himself,  sans text.

 

 

Today’s New Yorker Daily Cartoonist: Jason Adam Katzenstein; Rejected! With JAK And Jeremy Nguyen; More Mort (Gerberg); Another Side Of…Tim Hamilton

Today’s Daily cartoon — Spring-centric — is by Jason Adam Katzenstein (aka JAK).  Mr. Katzenstein began contributing to The New Yorker in 2014. 

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Rejected! With JAK and Jeremy Nguyen

This coming Sunday, March 24th,  JAK and Jeremy Nguyen are part of a night “celebrating rejection.” All the info here. 

Mr. Nguyen began contributing to The New Yorker in 2017. Link to his website here.

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More Mort (Gerberg)

Two items of interest:

Firstly, This photo essay from Stephen Nadler of Attempted Bloggery who visited the Gerberg retrospective at the New York Historical Society. 

And Secondly:

From the Gothamist, March 21, 2019, “Sketchy Interviews:  New Yorker Cartoonist Mort Gerberg”

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Link here to the New York Historical Society.

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Another Side Of…Tim Hamilton

From Comicsbeat, March 21, 2019, “Exclusive Preview: Tim Hamilton’s Rabbit Who Fights #4 debuting at MoCCA”

Mr. Hamilton began contributing to The New Yorker in 2015.

 

 

 

 

 

Profile Of Interest: Will McPhail; On Stage With Jeremy Nguyen and Jason Adam Katzenstein

Profile Of Interest: Will McPhail

From The BBC Scotland, “The cartoonist who began by doodling in zoology” — this brief piece on Will McPhail, who began contributing to The New Yorker in 2014.  Link to his website here.

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Event Of Interest: Rejected With Karen Chee

A number of creative folks take to the stage to share rejected material. Jeremy Nguyen and Jason Adam Katzenstein are part of the festivities.   All the info here.

Mr. Nguyen began contributing to The New Yorker in 2017.

JAK began contributing to The New Yorker in 2014.