Washington Post Article Of Interest: Liza Donnelly In Norman Rockwell’s Studio; Video Of Interest: J.A.K.; An Exhibit Of Paul Karasik’s Cartoons; Today’s Daily Cartoonist & Cartoon; Today’s Daily Shouts Cartoonist

From The Washington Post, October 15, 2020, “In A Sacred Place: How New Yorker Cartoonist Liza donnelly Came To Work In Norman Rockwell’s Studio” Ms. Donnelly’s first New Yorker cartoon appeared in 1982.  Visit her website here. ______________________________________________________ Video Of Interest: J.A.K. From ABC News, “New Yorker Cartoonist Opens Up About His Struggles With OCD” Mr. K. began contributing to

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Today’s Daily Cartoonist & Cartoon…And More On The Fly; Mouly & Bormes On Spill “One Clubber” Milt Gross

Today’s Daily Cartoonist & Cartoon Ellis Rosen on the vp debate fly. Mr. Rosen has been contributing to The New Yorker since 2016. Visit his website here. For more on the fly, here’s a piece from Michael Cavna of The Washington Post, “How Cartoonists Drew The Harris-Pence Debate On The Fly” ______________________________________________ Mouly & Bormes On Milt Gross, A Spill

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The Monday Tilley Watch, The New Yorker Issue Of March 9, 2020

The Cover:  As mentioned last week, this week’s cover, shown above right, by Brian Stauffer, was early released last Friday. Michael Cavna’s Washington Post piece explores like-minded images by various cartoonists. The Cartoonists: The Cartoons…and Spots: I’ve left the entire Drawings and Spots section intact this week as the Spots artist is the great R.O. Blechman — New Yorker cover

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The Washington Post’s Dana Fradon Obit; Article Of Interest: New Yorker Cover Artist & Cartoonist Robert Kraus; Today’s Daily Cartoonist & Cartoon; The Asian Babies Exhibition Catalog

From The Washington Post,  “Dana Fradon, prolific New Yorker cartoonist with a satirical edge, dies at 97” by Harrison Smith. The piece includes a terrific photo of Mr. Fradon by Anne Hall Elser who was assistant to Lee Lorenz during his sterling run (1973- 1997) as the magazine’s art editor. Above: a drawing by Mr. Fradon that appeared in The

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Personal History: “It’s For You”; Article Of Interest: Pia Guerra; Today’s Daily Cartoonist & Cartoon

Personal History: “It’s For You” According to a quick run through of The New Yorker‘s archives, there have been at least ten cartoons published in its history with this exact caption: “It’s for you.”  The earliest belongs to Richard Taylor (it appeared in the issue of March 8, 1941). Charles Barsotti had one in the issue of May 18, 1987,

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