Today’s Daily Cartoonist & Cartoon
A kitty face app by J.A.K. who has been contributing to The New Yorker since 2014.
A New Yorker One-Clubber’s Cartoon Collection
In today’s mail, courtesy of New Yorker writer, Bill Franzen, this never seen before (by me) 1956 Ted Key cartoon collection, Fasten Your Seat Belts!. Mr. Key will be forever known as the creator of Hazel. He’s receiving attention here because he’s a member of the Spill‘s One Club — a group of cartoonists who had but one New Yorker cartoon published in their career. Mr. Key’s sole New Yorker cartoon (shown below) was published March 5, 1938. The look foreshadows Dana Fradon’s numerous office door drawings.
The cartoon does not appear in this collection. Perhaps it’s in his earlier collection(?), Many Happy Returns, published in 1951.