☛ The New Yorker: “Those are the headlines, and we’ll be back in a moment to blow them out of proportion” by Dana Fradon, September 23, 1991, p. 93 Dana Fradon is a legend at The New Yorker. He published his first cartoon for the magazine in 1948 and became a regular cartoon contributor in […]
☛ Kirby McDaniel Movie Art: How to Fish, original Walt Disney Productions one sheet poster, 27″x41″. Product description: Original Walt Disney Productions One Sheet Poster (27×41) for the Jack Kinney short animation classic, HOW TO FISH (1942) starring the ever-popular Goofy. This delightful short is one of Disney’s pseudo-educational cartoons and features the bumbling and […]
☛ The New Yorker: “Once Again, Man Beats Machine!” by Nick Downes (originally published on April 22, 2002, p. 142) ©2011 Condé Nast. That’s Robert Mankoff’s way of commenting on the recent Watson’s victory on Jeopardy show. Robert Mankoff is the cartoon editor of The New Yorker. For more laughs on the same topic (man […]
An illustration by Arthur “Art” Young, American illustrator, for the socialist magazine The Masses, published in 1913. More informations about his life and contribution to the magazine and the political satire genre.