Cartoons

Some articles on cartoons, cartoon:

Helen E. Hokinson
... Over a 20-year span, she contributed 68 covers and more than 1,800 cartoons to The New Yorker ... and Brendan Gill, Hokinson relied on the magazine's staff writers to provide captions for her cartoons, a common practice at The New Yorker in the Harold Ross era, until entering into ... Hokinson and Parker also provided a monthly cartoon, "The Dear Man," for the Ladies' Home Journal as well as occasional cartoons for advertising campaigns and other magazines ...
Robert Mankoff - Biography
... Mankoff submitted more than 500 cartoons to The New Yorker for over two years before he had his first one published in 1977 ... One of his cartoons (captioned "No, Thursday's out ... you?") is The New Yorker's most widely reprinted cartoon ...
Robert Mankoff - Books
... He has edited at least 14 collections of New Yorker cartoons, including The Complete Cartoons of the New Yorker (Black Dog Leventhal, 2004), a compilation of every cartoon published ...
Bill Day (cartoonist)
... Bill Day is an American cartoonist best known for his editorial cartoons ... Day's cartoons are syndicated nationally and internationally by Cagle Cartoons ... Cartoonist Society’s Division Award for Best Editorial Cartoons and James Aronson Award for Social Justice Journalism. ...
Rejuvenile: Kickball, Cartoons, Cupcakes, And The Reinvention Of The American Grown-up
... Rejuvenile Kickball, Cartoons, Cupcakes, and the Reinvention of the American Grown-up is a non-fiction book written by author Christopher Noxon and published by Crown Publishing in 2006 ...