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Congrats to Leo Espinosa for his first piece for The New Yorker. It’s perfectly lovely, and I couldn’t believe it hadn’t happened sooner! Click through for more info on his process for this piece, including sketches and colour explorations. 

Congrats to Leo Espinosa for his first piece for The New Yorker. It’s perfectly lovely, and I couldn’t believe it hadn’t happened sooner! Click through for more info on his process for this piece, including sketches and colour explorations. 

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katiecturner:

printmag:

Image of the Day: Katie Turner illustrates “My Week With Marilyn” for The New Yorker. See more of her lovely work at her site.

awesome!


Lovely piece from Katie Turner.

katiecturner:

printmag:

Image of the Day: Katie Turner illustrates “My Week With Marilyn” for The New Yorker. See more of her lovely work at her site.

awesome!

Lovely piece from Katie Turner.

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Blown Covers of the New Yorker

Francoise Mouly, famed art editor of the venerable New Yorker, has started a blog. She writes on FB:

I’m launching a Blown Covers website where I’ll be running weekly themed Blown Cover contests (submit your sketches! I’ll review them all and post the winner every Friday), talking about the week’s New Yorker cover and showcasing my favorite artists.
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Bukowski readings for the New Yorker (January 9th issue, should be out now).
I love it when I get to do some research for an assignment, particularly when it’s something I wouldn’t read on my own. Though the final illustration is a boiling cesspool of comfort zone… There was a bit of redrawing, I’ll post some process for this and the NYT piece later.

bluebed:

Bukowski readings for the New Yorker (January 9th issue, should be out now).

I love it when I get to do some research for an assignment, particularly when it’s something I wouldn’t read on my own. Though the final illustration is a boiling cesspool of comfort zone… There was a bit of redrawing, I’ll post some process for this and the NYT piece later.

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You’re not going to succeed unless you give it everything that you got, because giving it everything you got is how you develop what you actually have.
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Ronald Searle New Yorker covers, anyone?

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Here’s a short video on the New Yorker’s site where Tom Bachtell talks about his work and techniques. 

(via News Desk: Video: Tom Bachtell Draws for The Talk of the Town : The New Yorker)

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Here’s a short video where Tom Bachtell discusses his work and techniques. Oh and you’ll want to weep when you see the size of his work studio. I’m not kidding when I say we could probably fit our apartment in there. Must be all that cheap New York real estate. 

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If you read the New Yorker regularly, you’re familiar with Tom Bachtell's work. We've posted him before but he's one of those talents I think we should post every month. He makes this look so damn easy. 

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Sam Gross: Sex, Race, and Frogs | The Comics Journal
New Yorker cartoonist Sam Gross numbers and catalogues every cartoon he has drawn.
It’s from a great interview at the new Comics Journal site with one of the funniest New Yorker cartoonists there is.
My work hasn’t changed because of The New Yorker. I don’t do things for The New Yorker; I do things for me. I don’t do anything for The New Yorker because I operate on the premise that Bob Mankoff can be there today and gone tomorrow, and the same with David Remnick. Somebody else could come in and have a totally different outlook and I will either fit in or not fit in. If I’ve geared my work toward the people that were there before, I’m basically embedded with these older people and I’m screwed. But I am my own person. You either take me or leave me, simple as that.

Sam Gross: Sex, Race, and Frogs | The Comics Journal

New Yorker cartoonist Sam Gross numbers and catalogues every cartoon he has drawn.

It’s from a great interview at the new Comics Journal site with one of the funniest New Yorker cartoonists there is.

My work hasn’t changed because of The New Yorker. I don’t do things for The New Yorker; I do things for me. I don’t do anything for The New Yorker because I operate on the premise that Bob Mankoff can be there today and gone tomorrow, and the same with David Remnick. Somebody else could come in and have a totally different outlook and I will either fit in or not fit in. If I’ve geared my work toward the people that were there before, I’m basically embedded with these older people and I’m screwed. But I am my own person. You either take me or leave me, simple as that.
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YouTube - The Creation Of A New Yorker Cover

Bob Staake illustrates the October 13, 2008 cover of The New Yorker. Sorry if we’ve posted this before, but even if we have it’s worth re-watching! 

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New Yorker cartoons with literal captions

themonkeysyouordered:

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We’re marionettes now!

The Monkeys You Ordered: New Yorker cartoons with literal captions

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The New Yorker’s having another Eustace Tilley contest.
As with all contests, read the rules closely before deciding whether or not to enter.

The New Yorker’s having another Eustace Tilley contest.

As with all contests, read the rules closely before deciding whether or not to enter.

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Murder by Death Opening Titles

How did I forget about the Charles Addams-drawn opening title sequence for Neil Simon’s Murder By Death?

Happy Halloween!

(via Mike Lynch)

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Leo Cullum, New Yorker cartoonist, dies at 68.

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