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☛ The New Yorker: “The end is near” by David Sipress, November 21, 2011, p. 95. © 2011 Condé Nast.
About David Sipress:
With more than 400 cartoons published in The New Yorker, Sipress has been able to bring laughter to millions of people (or at least those that understand the magazine).
He has also illustrated books such as The Little Stuff Matters Most, by Bernie Brillstein, and Your Cat’s Just Not That Into You, by Richard Smith, and authored eight cartoon collections. Mr. Sipress also lectures on the art of cartooning, and is a fiction writer. (NearSay New York)
One can browse all books by David Sipress on Amazon. And below is the video of a lecture Sipress gave for the Williams College Alumni Reunion in 2008 where he discusses the art of cartooning and The New Yorker (the audience is laughing out loud from the very beginning of the video).
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