The Monday Tilley Watch Takes A Glancing Look At The Art & Artists Of The Latest Issue Of The New Yorker The Cover: Another pandemic cover…“Easing Back” The Cartoonists: Twelve cartoons, twelve cartoonists. No duos (that we know of). One newbie, Dan Rosen. He’s the 10th new New Yorker cartoonist of the year and the 88th added to the magazine’s
Daily Shouts Today’s Daily Shouts: from the magazine’s cartoon editor, Emma Allen, “So You Want To Be A New Yorker Cartoonist”* it features drawings by Evan Lian (who did the caricature of Ms. Allen you see here), Hilary Campbell, J.A.K., Victor Varnado, Amy Kurzweil, Jason Chatfield, Kendra Allenby, Ellis Rosen, and Navied Mahdavian. *the ‘So’ part of the piece’s title
Daily Cartoonists Today’s: Tan lines from Amy Hwang, who has been contributing to The New Yorker since 2010. Visit her website here. Yesterday’s: Grab-A-Drink from Hilary Campbell, who began contributing to The New Yorker in 2017. Visit her website here. And… …link to the website for her upcoming Murder Book. Out this November from Andrews & McMeel.
Buried in Harrison Kinney’s monumental Thurber biography (James Thurber: His Life and Times, Henry Holt, 1995) is a passage (on page 306) about the period (in 1926) just before Thurber (and his first first wife, Althea) moved to Horatio Street in Greenwich Village, and broke into The New Yorker. The strip cartoonist, Victor (“Dwig”) Dwiggins (creator of “School Days” among
It’s always surprising when an ancient New Yorker promotional book shows up online that I’ve never seen before. Such was the case when the below recently turned up on Ebay. Until last week I’d never heard of The Costume That Was A Sensation At Auteuil…But Was Never Seen On Fifth Avenue. An online search produced this Worldcat.org entry: And