The Tilley Watch Online For The Week of September 3-7, 2018

Once again, a week of all Trump Daily cartoons. Perhaps the magazine might consider a new dedicated Daily Cartoon heading for lampooning this president…something like, oh, I don’t know, maybe “The Daily Don”…

For the record, here are this week’s Daily cartoonists: Ellis Rosen, Peter Kuper, Brendan Loper, and newbie Lizzy Itzkowitz (her work has not been in the print mag as of this past week).

This week’s contributing Daily Shouts New Yorker cartoonists: Jason Adam Katzenstein (with Noel Wells), Liana Finck, Emily Flake, and Ward Sutton.

You can see the week’s work (and more) here on newyorker.com.

The Thursday Watch: Ward Sutton Accepts Herblock Prize; King Features Signs Liniers; Conde Nast Consolidates Space/New Yorker to Switch Floors

Ward Sutton Accepts Herblock Prize

From Michael Cavna, The Washington Post“2018 Herblock Prize Winner is Inspired by His Forebears — and Enraged by Trump”–this piece on Ward Sutton’s Library of Congress acceptance speech. Mr. Sutton began contributing to The New Yorker in October 2007.

Mr. Sutton’s website: http://www.suttonimpactstudio.com/

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King Features Signs Liniers

From Todd Allen,  The Comics Beat, May 10, 2018, “King Features Picks Up Argentinian Comic Stirp ‘Macanudo'”— this piece on Liniers, who has contributed covers to The New Yorker.

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Conde Nast Consolidates Space/ New Yorker to Switch Floors

From Keith J. Kelly, The NY Post, April 24, “Conde Nast Looking to Sublease a Third of Its WTC Headquarters” — the New Yorker is mentioned  in the 7th paragraph.

— For a quick  reminder of where The New Yorker started out and where & when it’s moved in its 93 years check out this Spill map.

 

 

 

 

The Herblock Award Goes to Ward Sutton; Podcast of Interest: Joe Dator on “The Shining”; Liza Donnelly’s Live-Drawings From The Oscars

Ward Sutton Awarded the Herblock Prize

Ward Sutton, who began contributing to The New Yorker in 2007, has been awarded the Herblock Prize.  According to a press release:

The Herblock Prize is awarded annually by The Herb Block Foundation for “distinguished examples of editorial cartooning that exemplify the courageous independent standard set by Herblock.”

For more on Herblock, link here.

To read more about the Herblock Foundation, go here.

To visit Ward Sutton’s website go here.

(above far right: an example of Herblock’s classic take on Richard Nixon)

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Joe Dator on The Shining

From The Shining 2:37 Podcast, March 5, 2018, “Episode 20: Hullo Danny with The New Yorker Cartoonist Joe Dator”

Mr. Dator, who began contributing to The New Yorker in 2006, discusses the twins (shown above) among other things, Shining-ish.

Link here to Mr. Dator’s website.

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Liza Donnelly’s 2018 Oscar Drawings

Liza Donnelly, seen in the screen grab above live-drawing from the Red Carpet, has gathered her work from Oscar week on Medium.  This is Ms. Donnelly’s third year live-drawing from the Academy Awards.  See it all here.

Visit Ms. Donnelly’s website here.

Fave Photo of the Day: Edward Sorel & Company; Karen Green Pencilled; A Cartoon Companion Two-fer: Mick Stevens Interviewed (Pt.1) & The Latest New Yorker Cartoons Dissected; Tilley Watch Online

Fave Photo of the Day: Edward Sorel & Company

Edward Sorel had a few friends over for lunch yesterday; a splendid time was had by all.

Front row, l-r: Danny Shanahan, Edward Sorel.  Back row, l-r: Michael Maslin, a wooden St. Peter,  James McMullan, and John Cuneo

(photo courtesy of Danny Shanahan who used the time-delay function on his phone)

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Columbia’s Comics & Cartoons Curator, Karen Green Pencilled

Jane Mattimoe’s wonderful blog, A Case For Pencils features Karen Green, who is the Comics & Cartoon Curator at Columbia University.  A good read!

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Cartoon Companion Two-fer: Mick Stevens Interview (Pt.1) and the Latest New Yorker Cartoons Dissected

The Cartoon Companion‘s Max & Simon are back with a close look at the cartoons in the New Yorker’s latest issue as well as part one of an interview with veteran New Yorker cartoonist, Mick Stevens.  Read the Stevens interview here And read the CC’s take on the current issue here.

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…a Halloween video from the Cartoon Department…Daily Shouts from Ward Sutton, and Will McPhail (who seems to be in a Rear Window-esque mood lately — a recent piece for Esquire also featured a city building with individuals in various windows), and Daily Cartoons by, among others, Peter Kuper, and Kim Warp.  See it all here.