The “…other cartoonists for The New Yorker…”

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A recent New York Times article, “The Making of Virtually Real Art with Google’s Tilt Brush” (January 4, 2016) named just two of the New Yorker cartoonists who joined Bob Mankoff and Roz Chast in exploring, what the Times described as Google’s  “virtual reality setup that allows people to paint with light….”

In the article we are told that “Bob Mankoff, Roz Chast and other cartoonists for The New Yorker have also checked it out…” and further down in the article:  “Mr. Mankoff, the cartoon editor at the New Yorker, came up with some characteristically Mankoff-like 3-D drawings during the two days he spent using Tilt Brush with Ms. Chast and other colleagues at Google’s offices.”

The “other cartoonists”(“other colleagues”) were The New Yorker‘s  Danny Shanahan, Emily Flake, Ben Schwartz, Farley Katz, and Liana Finck.

 

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