David Sipress, who has been contributing his work to The New Yorker since July of 1998, recently spoke at Yale University Art Gallery. You can see the entire talk here — it’s generously peppered with cartoons.
Mr. Sipress has asked the Spill to include this proviso: “New Yorker cartoon aficionados will no doubt spot a number of inaccuracies in the course of this talk (dates of cartoons, people’s ages etc, and I forgot about Booth’s cartoon in the 9/11 issue). Chalk them up to onstage jitters and the mouth beating the brain to the punch.”
Above: a Sipress New Yorker cartoon from 2006.
The Cartoon Companion‘s “Max” and “Simon” dissect the cartoons in the latest New Yorker (dated November 19, 2018). Read it here.
Donnelly’s work in Galway Cartoon Festival
Liza Donnelly’s work is included in The Galway Cartoon Festival (“Galway’s Celebration of the Funny Drawing”), an international cartoon event happening now. Details here.
Ms. Donnelly began contributing to the New Yorker in 1982. Link here to her website.
Chatfield’s Work In Australian Cartoon Exhibit
Jason Chatfield’s work is included in an Australian exhibit, Behind The Lines, (further reading: an article here, from The Sydney Morning Herald) featuring the work of 30+ cartoonists, and over 80 cartoons.
Mr. Chatfield began contributing to The New Yorker in July of 2017. Link to his website here.