Weekend Spill: Tilley Watch Online, The Week Of January 4-8, 2021; More Spills: Barney Tobey, William Steig

The Tilley Watch Online: An end of week listing of artists contributing to newyorker.com features, January 4 – 8, 2021

The Daily Cartoon: Tim Hamilton, Brendan Loper, David Ostow, Zoe Si, Sofia Warren, Sarah Kempa.

Daily Shouts: J.A.K (with Evan Waite), Olivia de Recat (with Julia Edelman),

Barry Blitt’s Kvetchbook: “Donald Trump: Fire-Breather”

& “Hello, Georgia?”

Culture Desk: Emily Flake, “Parent As A Verb: New Year’s Resoulutions”

Video Dept.: Emma Allen & Maddie Dai,  “How To Draw Office Dynamics”

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…From Mike Lynch’s blog: Barney Tobey non-New Yorker cartoons (via Dick Buchanan’s Files)  from 1938 – 1966

Mr. Tobey’s A-Z entry:

Barney Tobey (photo above from Think Small, a book of humor produced by Volkswagon) Born in New York City, July, 18, 1906, died March 27, 1989, New York. New Yorker work: 1929 -1986. Essential collection: B. Tobey of The New Yorker (Dodd Mead & Co., 1983)

…From Attempted Bloggery: Steig’s “What is art?…”

Mr. Steig’s A-Z entry:

William Steig (photo above) Born in Brooklyn, NY, Nov. 14, 1907, died in Boston, Mass., Oct. 3, 2003. In a New Yorker career that lasted well over half a century and a publishing history that contains more than a cart load of books, both children’s and otherwise, it’s impossible to sum up Steig’s influence here on Ink Spill. He was among the giants of the New Yorker cartoon world, along with James Thurber, Saul Steinberg, Charles Addams, Helen Hokinson and Peter Arno. Lee Lorenz’s World of William Steig (Artisan, 1998) is an excellent way to begin exploring Steig’s life and work. New Yorker work: 1930 -2003.

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