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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Monday Tilley Watch: The New Yorker Issue Of September 14, 2020: Today’s Daily Cartoonist & Cartoon; Liza Donnelly To Live-Draw In Norman Rockwell’s Studio; On Saturday: Cartoonists Virtually Interviewed

The Cover: It is always a treat to see a fellow cartoonist have a cover. This week is one of those weeks. Ed Steed returns with his fourth cover (he also did this week’s Spot drawings). Read art editor Francoise Mouly’s Q&A with him here. On first sight his cover recalled (minus all the flowers and whatevers) a cover by

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The Monday Tilley Watch, The New Yorker Issue Of September 7, 2020; Must Watch Panel Tomorrow: “Very Funny Ladies: Cartoonists Of The New Yorker”; Today’s Daily Cartoonist: Tim Hamilton :

The Cover: The second cover in a matter of weeks by newcomer (to The New Yorker) Grace Lynne Haynes. Read a Q&A with her here. The Cartoonists: Six cartoons by six cartoonists. As you can see by the graphic, there’s a bit of Tilley Trivia to be squeezed out of this lineup. I believe (and as always  I ask that

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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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