The Tilley Watch Online; Lost then Found

The Tilley Watch Online Two Blopers this week on the Daily.  It’s actually Brendan Loper — he signs  his work “Bloper” which to this cartoonist’s eyes and ears involuntarily suggests “blooper” (sorry, Mr. Loper)… Nice elephant in the brush drawing by Mr. Loper.  Other drawings feature Putin (by Loper), the Clintons and our president (by Lars Kenseth) and the Panamanian

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Finck’s Roomies

As more and more New Yorker cartoonists are featured in  various newyorker.com departments, I’ll single out one every so often, like Liana Finck’s charming  “A Menagerie of Roommates” from yesterday’s Culture Desk. Here’s Ms. Finck’s A-Z entry: Liana Finck ( Pictured above. Photo: John Madere) Born in 1986. Studied at Cooper Union College, 2004 – 2008. Fulbright Fellowship to Brussels,

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A Potted Video History of New Yorker Grim Reaper Cartoons; Eckstein: Snowmen As Modern Art; Cartoon Companion Rates This Week’s Drawings

        From newyorker.com, The New Yorker Cartoon History: The Grim Reaper — this fun five minute video takes a look at one of the cartoonists best friends.  See it here. ___________________________________________________________________________________   From newyorker.com‘s Culture Desk, “The Snowman As Art” — this piece by the World’s Greatest Snowman Expert, Bob Eckstein. __________________________________________________________________________________ The Cartoon Companion is back

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Latest New Yorker Cartoons Rated; Joe Dator Sees “Star Wars” For the Very First Time

Max and Simon are back with a look at the very latest cartoons in the New Yorker. In this issue (May 29, 2017) the guys rate an Adam & Eve cartoon as well as cartoons about husbands, accounting, herbal teas, golf, drugs, and subway etiquette, and more. Read it here. __________________________________________________________________________________ From the newyorker.com’s  Culture Desk, “‘Star Wars’: My Fortieth-Anniversary

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Blitt Pencilled; The Tilley Watch…with Mankoff, Eckstein, Flake, Steed & Allenby

Barry Blitt is the next New Yorker artist sharing the tools of his trade on Jane Mattimoe’s wonderful blog, A Case For Pencils. Read it here.         ___________________________________________________________________________________________________ …“New Yorker Cartoons Past, Present and Future” a talk by Bob Mankoff, the New Yorker‘s Cartoon Editor will take place at The Museum of The City of New York

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