Aliens, Banned CDC words, special prosecutor Robert Mueller, and the Republicans’ tax bill — all explored this week on the Daily Cartoons slot via Kim Warp, Lars Kenseth, and David Sipress. Over on Daily Shouts, contributing cartoonist Emma Hunsinger’s “Meet the Corporatesens: A Working Family” appeared on Wednesday.
Advertising Work by New Yorker Cartoonists, Pt.29: Otto Soglow for Pepsi
This is the third appearance of Mr. Soglow’s advertising work…and it won’t be the last. His fun friendly line and characters were obviously irresistible to advertisers. Here’s part of a 1942 series he did for Pepsi.
–For his generosity in allowing the Spill to post this work, a big round of applause once again for Warren Bernard.
Otto Soglow’s entry on the Spill’s A-Z:
Otto Soglow (pictured above) Born, Yorkville, NY, December 23, 1900. Died in NYC, April 1975. New Yorker work: 1925 -1974.Key collections: Pretty Pictures ( Farrar & Rinehart, 1931) and for fans of Soglow’s Little King; The Little King (Farrar & Rinehart, 1933) and The Little King ( John Martin’s House, Inc., 1945). The latter Little King is an illustrated storybook. Cartoon Monarch / Otto Soglow & The Little King (IDW, 2012) is an excellent compendium.