Liana Finck’s “Rage Poses”; Robert Sikoryak Speaks

From newyorker.com’s Daily Shouts, April 7, 2017, Liana Finck’s “Rage Poses”  — Ms. Finck’s work sometimes reminds me, in a very good way,  of the earliest New Yorker Thurber drawings.Below, on the left is Thurber’s very first drawing in the magazine, January 31, 1931, and on the right, one of his illustrations from the 1929 book he co-wrote with E.B.

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Art Young Opening! Plus…The Spill’s Mid-Week Round-up: P.C. Vey, Kominsky-Crumb, Kupperman, Mankoff, Katchor, Sikoryak & Mouly; The New Yorker’s 5th issue Gets a Close Look

_______________________________________________________________________________________ P. C. Vey, whose April 15, 2013 New Yorker drawing appears here,  talks about his tools of the trade on A Case For Pencils. Go see! Link here to Mr. Vey’s website Link here to see some of his New Yorker work   _______________________________________________________________________________________ The Museum of Comic & Cartoon Art has announced its MoCCA Fest 2015 line-up. The

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