Today’s Daily Cartoonist: David Borchart; Today’s Daily Shoutist: Tom Chitty

Today’s Daily Cartoonist/Cartoon

David Borchart delivers a neglectful infrastructure drawing (the drawing is anything but  neglectful).  Mr. Borchart began contributing to The New Yorker in 2007. See some of his New Yorker work here on the magazine’s Cartoon Bank site.

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Today’s Daily Shouts…

Tom Chitty lists some “Things You Can Take With You”.

Mr. Chitty began contributing to The New Yorker in 2014.  Visit his website here.

Ken Krimstein’s New York Times Book Review Sketchbook; Exhibit Of Interest: Felipe Galindo’s ‘Washington Takes Manhattan’; The Tilley Watch Online

Ken Krimstein’s New York Times Book Review Sketchbook

From The New York Times Book Review, May 12, 2019, “How Questioning Hannah Arendt Made Me Question Myself”

Mr. Krimstein on writing his latest book,The Three Escapes of Hannah Arendt: A Tyranny of Truth Mr. Krimstein began contributing to The New Yorker in 2011.  Visit his website here.

 

 

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Exhibit of Interest: Felipe Galindo’s ‘Washington Takes Manhattan’

An exhibit of work at the Morris Jumel Mansion by Felipe Galindo (aka feggo), who began contributing to The New Yorker in 2002. Visit his website here.

 

 

 

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A round-up of work by New Yorker cartoonists appearing on newyorker.com

The Daily Cartoon: Tim Hamilton, Peter Kuper, Tom Chitty, Avi Steinberg, and Teresa Burns Parkhurst. Not one, but two castle drawings this week!

To see all the above and more go here.

 

Peter Porges Work Shown In Vienna; New Yorker Art Aplenty In Swann Catalog; Out Of This World Eckstein Cartoons Auctioned Today; Today’s Daily Cartoonist: Tom Chitty

Peter Porges Work Shown In Vienna

Work by Peter Porges, a New Yorker cartoonist who passed away in 2016, is currently on exhibit in Vienna (beginning today).  All the information here.

Mr. Porges began contributing to The New Yorker in 1965.  His first drawing appears above.

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New Yorker Art Aplenty In Swann Catalog

The June 4th Swann catalog features a large number of original pieces by New Yorker artists, including the New Yorker cover art by Charles Saxon cover shown above left, and the Richard Taylor drawing, above right, and Tom Toro’s below it.  Among the other New Yorker artists represented: Peter Arno, Helen Hokinson, Charles Addams, R.O. Blechman, Edward Gorey, Frank Modell, Misha Richter, Liana Finck, Donald Reilly, Liam Walsh, Gahan Wilson, Andre Francoise, and  J. B. Handelsman.

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 Out Of This World Eckstein Cartoons Auctioned

From Attempted Bloggery, May 7, 2019,  “Hello Roswell: Four Space Cartoons By Bob Eckstein”

The auction is today! All the info here.

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Some American history via Tom Chitty, who began contributing to The New Yorker in 2014.  Visit his website here.

 

Frank Modell’s Brendan Gill; Tom Chitty Has A Question; Today’s Daily Cartoonist: Christopher Weyant; More Steinberg; Today’s Daily Shouts By…Seth Fleishman

Frank Modell’s Brendan Gill

I came away from a recent visit to my favorite (used) book store, Rodgers Book Barn in Hillsdale, New York with the brochure handed out at Brendan Gill’s memorial back in 1998 (see the details of the tribute below). I’m indebted to one of my book store haunting friends, Mark Burns for digging the brochure out of a box of ephemera and placing it right in front of my face (for the record, my other co-haunters were Danny Shanahan and John Cuneo). Frank Modell’s drawing of an exuberant Brendan Gill was new to me, and an obvious must-have, must-buy. 

For more on Mr. Gill, I highly recommend his oft-reprinted Here At The New Yorker (the William Heinemann 1990 edition shown below)And for more on Mr. Modell there’s his collection Stop Trying To Cheer Me Up! as well as James Stevenson’s terrific The Life, Loves and Laughs of Frank Modell.

Further Reading: An earlier Spill piece on cartoonists and Rodgers Book Barn.

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Tom Chitty Has A Question

From Jane Mattimoe’s  fine Fine Case For Pencils, “Tom Chitty Has A Question About Dip Pens”

Mr. Chitty began contributing to The New Yorker in 2014.  Visit his website here.

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Today’s Daily Cartoonist/Cartoon

The lack of White House press briefings has been in the news. Chris Weyant comments via a castle cartoon.  Mr. Weyant has been contributing to The New Yorker since 1998. Visit his website here.

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More Steinberg

From The Brooklyn Rail, “Saul Steinberg: Untitled” 

Comments on the Steinberg exhibit currently showing at Totah (til April 28th — hurry!)

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Today’s Daily Shouts by…Seth Fleishman

A fish story from Seth Fleishman who began contributing to The New Yorker in 2016. See some of his work here on the New Yorker’s Cartoon Bank site.

 

 

The Tilley Watch Online,The New Yorker, March 24-29, 2019: Book Of Interest: Seth’s “Clyde Fans”; Mort Gerberg’s New York Historical Society Exhibit Reviewed

    The Daily cartoons this week weren’t exclusively Trumplandish, but close! The contributing New Yorker cartoonists were: Peter Kuper, Lucas Adams, Emily Flake, J.A.K., Barry Blitt, and Christopher Weyant.

        The Daily Shouts contributing New Yorker cartoonists: Tom Chitty, Ali Fitzgerald, and Hilary Fitzgerald Campbell.

To see all of the above and more link here.

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Book of Interest: Seth’s “Clyde Fans”

Out on bookstore shelves on April 30th from Drawn & Quarterly, Seth’s latest, Clyde Fans.  In the meantime, here’s a Publisher’s Weekly piece about it. Seth (Gregory Gallant) began contributing to The New Yorker in 2002.  Below, right, one of his covers.

Further recommended reading: Seth’s 1996 It’s A Good Life If You Don’t Weaken.

The PW article says about it: “Seth’s first graphic novel…seemed to be a memoir of the author’s attempts to track down a New Yorker cartoonist who had a brief flash of success in the ’40s—but the whole thing was fiction.” 

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Gerberg’s  New York Historical Society Exhibit Reviewed

From Women Write About Comics, March 29, 2019, ‘Main Thing Is, I Kept Drawing’: Mort Gerberg’s Cartoons On Display at The NYHS”