Here’s the perfect something for this mid-July weekend: a “graphic report” from Paul Karasik on the Martha’s Vineyard bike ferry.
See Paul Karasik’s work on The New Yorker’s Cartoon Bank site here
The work of three New Yorker cartoonists appeared in their local newspapers in the past few days:
Ken Krimstein in The Chicago Tribune
Out this May from Drawn & Quarterly, Co-Mix: A Retrospective of Comics, Graphics, and Scraps by Art Spiegelman.
From Paul Karasik’s blog, February 14, 2013, “Rules to Vivere By” — a “not newsy” account of Karasik’s recent visit to the 2013 Angouleme comics festival. Lots of photos, including the one above from a paper museum.
From Paul Karasik’s blog, December 23, 2012, “I Shall Destroy All the Civilized Baked Goods!”
The cartoonist and author of several books devoted to the work of Fletcher Hanks samples the work.
From TCJ, November 12, 2012, “Building Stories” — Paul Karasik’s review of Chris Ware’s latest offering.
From the blog, antonemdin.com, November 11th, 2012, “Finalists for Cartoonist of the Year” — Glen Le Lievre is among the six.
From the blog, shelleydavies.com, November 10, 2012, “Anatol Kovarsky” — a decorated scarf and New Yorker covers by the late cartoonist.