Monday Tilley Watch, The New Yorker Issue of September 24, 2020; Roxie Munro At The Eric Carle Museum

The Cover: You can read Francoise Mouly’s (The New Yorker art editor) very brief interview with Mr. Ware here. The Cartoonists: The Cartoons: Thirteen cartoons, fifteen cartoonists in the issue (two contributed “Sketchpads”). A newbie: Millie von Platen, is the 17th new cartoonist added to the magazine’s stable this year, and the 70th new cartoonist brought aboard since Emma Allen

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Weekend Spill: Mischa Richter’s Paintings; The Tilley Watch Online; Gehr To Interview Sipress & Flake, Virtually

Mischa Richter’s Paintings From Provincetown Rhode Island’s Bakker Gallery, this news of an exhibit of Mischa Richter’s abstract paintings.  Mr. Richter’s entry on the Spill‘s A-Z: Mischa Richter (photo above courtesy of Sarah Geraghty Herndon). Born, Kharkov, Russia, 1910. Died, March 23, 2001. New Yorker work: January 10, 1942 – January 20, 2003 ; Key books: This One’s On Me!

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Friday Spill: A Q&A With New Yorker Cover Artist Roxie Munro; Today’s Daily Cartoonist: Lars Kenseth

A Q&A With New Yorker Cover Artist Roxie Munro   From Medium, August 26, 2020 “Talking With Visual Thinker, Award Winning Author/Illustrator And New Yorker Cover Artist Roxie Munro” This Q&A with Ms. Munro, who has contributed 14 covers to the magazine.  Visit her website here. __________________________________________________________________ Today’s Daily Cartoon: a nice day by Lars Kenseth. Mr. Kenseth began contributing

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The Monday Tilley Watch, The New Yorker Issue Of August 17, 2020; Today’s Daily Cartoonist & Cartoon; Zoom Panel Of Interest: “Cartooning For Peace”; Interview Of Interest: Jason Chatfield

The Cover: Nice to be back to the weekly…those double issue weeks seems endless. So fun to be greeted by Wayne Thiebaud’s ice cream cone cover when the digital issue filled-in on the screen. Read a Q&A with the artist here. The Cartoonists: The Cartoons: Fifteen cartoonists, fifteen cartoons. Generally speaking, more than half are placed well on the page

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