Cartoonists Draw Cartoonist’s Cartoons According to what the Spill has pieced together from Instagram posts, Asher Perlman, who began contributing cartoons to The New Yorker this past June, asked a bunch of New Yorker cartoonists to draw “covers” of other New Yorker cartoonists work (it’s possible he assigned them a cartoonist…this is unclear!). Mr. Perlman’s cover of an Ellis Rosen
The Monday Tilley Watch Takes A Glancing Look At Some Of The Art & Artists Of The Latest Issue Of The New Yorker The Cover: A cover reflecting the theme of the issue: Style & Design The Cartoonists: The Cartoons: Eleven cartoons, twelve cartoonists (Emily Flake has a Sketchpad). No newbies, no duos (that we know of). The Sam Gross
Bonus Cartoon Pad Podcast The Pad‘s co-hosts, New Yorker cartoonists Bob Eckstein and Michael Shaw swipe at each other like kittens in this special, shorter bonus edition of the Pad. Mr. Eckstein began contributing to The New Yorker in 2007; Mr. Shaw in 1999. The duo announced that their next guest will be Mick Stevens*, who began contributing to The
George Booth’s drawing that appeared in the first post 9/11 issue of The New Yorker (dated September 24, 2001). It was the only cartoon in that issue. *The only issue of The New Yorker published without cartoons was the issue of August 31, 1946. That issue contained John Hersey’s “Hiroshima” in its entirety.
Sad news has come this way of the recent passing of Chad Darbyshire (who went by C. Covert Darbyshire). His first New Yorker cartoon appeared in the issue of July 2, 2001. Overall about 30 of his drawings appeared in the magazine in the course of five years. In Warren St. John’s 2004 New York Times article, “Sex With Einstein”