New cartoons from the magazine.
Deb Lucke’s cartoon of the Meet the Breeds event at the Westminster Dog Show, where dog-loving New Yorkers can pet the canine competitors.
A blizzard of ‘Fire and Fury’ covers the White House. New Yorker Cartoon by Jeremy Nguyen. One pullout story from the book: Did Trump run for president because of Christie’s Bridgegate scandal? NATIONAL Blockbuster piece by James Risen at The...Read more
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Emma Allen revisits the most popular cartoons from The New Yorker’s Instagram accounts in 2017.
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In 1990, Schumer was instrumental in helping to create the Diversity Visa Lottery program that led to the death of 8 New Yorkers. Cartoon by A.F. Branco. This post With Open Arms appeared first on AmmoLand.com Shooting Sports News.
The New Yorker cartoonist once saw her career going over a waterfall. Four decades as a working artist later, and still churning out whimsical and pithy cartoons, Chast sees humor everywhere she looks—especially in New York City.
I don't remember the details, but when I signed up for blogging, there was some rule about a minimum number of cat cartoons per year. In case I've become delinquent, I'll post these for 2017. Via The New Yorker Book of All-New Cat Cartoons
Who is that “dangerous clown” lurking in the woods on the cover of the New Yorker, like “a cartoon villain, infantile and strange,” in the words of New Yorker cover artist Carter Goodrich. His pumpkin-colored head is topped by a swoop...Show More Summary
"He’s already a cartoon villain, infantile and strange."
New cartoons from the magazine.
Bob Mankoff gave a talk here in Madison not long ago. You may recognize Mankoff as the cartoon editor for many years at the New Yorker magazine, now at Esquire. Mankoff’s job involved scanning about a thousand cartoons a week to find 15 or so to publish per issue. He did this for over 20 […]
The cartoonist Liana Finck discusses her creative process with The New Yorker’s cartoon editors, Emma Allen and Colin Stokes.
This New Yorker cartoon by Emily Flake is from January but it could just as easily be from today since the GOP is still making a last minute attempt to replace Obamacare with a sack of potatoes that fell off a truck, and the President of the United States is still sending deranged tweets about […]
There are likely to be some winners — and a few groaners — at an exhibition of 45 cartoons that didn’t make the cut.
The New Yorker is highly selective of the cartoons it publishes. Here are cartoons that didn’t make it.
“Broad City” ’s Abbi Jacobson and “Silicon Valley” ’s Zach Woods, now together in “The Lego Ninjago Movie,” tackle The New Yorker’s cartoon-caption contest.
MAD writer extraordinaire Des Devlin sent me this link to a story about how Condé Nast, publisher of a whole lot of stuff including The New Yorker, has been dropping the ball on one of the most successful commercial ventures in cartooning, The Cartoon Bank. Show More Summary
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