Eight New One Club Members

Eight additional cartoonists have been added to the One Club, Ink Spill’s designation for cartoonists whose work appeared just once in The New Yorker during their careers.  Their entries are in red in The New Yorker Cartoonists A – Z section of this site. The nine are:  Herb Breneman, Jerry Capa, D.T. Carlisle, H.H. Caviedes, H.M. Charleton, Roger Clouse, Mr.

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Video: Joe Dator

Here’s a must see short video  of one of today’s very best cartoonists: Joe Dator, eating french fries in a diner, sitting at his desk, talking about work, working, walking to the office…

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Ed Fisher: 1926-2013

Long time New Yorker cartoonist, Ed Fisher has died at age 86.  Mr. Fisher contributed over 700 cartoons to the magazine, beginning with the issue of October 27, 1951. His last cartoon appeared January 17, 2000. His New York Times obit (April 8, 2013) contains a good deal of biographical information. The New Yorker’s former Art Editor/Cartoon Editor, Lee Lorenz,

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Go See Danny Shanahan’s Website

  We let you know sometime back that Danny Shanahan had a website in the works, and now you can see it in its finished state here. Among the fun stuff on the site are some of Danny’s rejected work, and a category “Raw Nerve” that just might hit a…well, you know.

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Latest One Club Member: T. Waldeyer

Researching the illustrator William Auerbach-Levy this morning I ran across T. Waldeyer who had one drawing published by The New Yorker in the issue dated February 12, 1927.  T. Waldeyer enters The New Yorker Cartoonists A-Z, with her(?)/his(?) listing in red as she’s/he’s a member of the “One Club” (reserved for cartoonists who were published just once by The New

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