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The Complete Cartoons Of The New Yorker

Author : Robert Mankoff
ISBN : 1579123228
Genre : Comics & Graphic Novels
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Showcases the work of hundreds of artists who have contributed to the magazine throughout its eighty-year history.

The Complete Cartoons Of The New Yorker

Author : Robert Mankoff
ISBN : 1579126200
Genre : Art
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Showcases the work of hundreds of artists who have contributed to the magazine throughout its eighty-year history, in a richly illustrated volume containing 2,500 black-and-white cartoons by Peter Arno, Charles Addams, Jack Ziegler, Roz Chast, and other notables, along with essays on the evolution of the magazine's humor and style, and a fully searchable DVD-ROM. Reprint. 40,000 first printing.

School Days

Author : Robert Mankoff
ISBN : 9780740792021
Genre : Comics & Graphic Novels
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The cartoons focus on a delightful array of familiar situations and characters, including teachers (from the underappreciated to the overrated), students (from the overachievers to the slackers), and parents (from the demanding to the uninterested). Such New Yorker greats as Charles Barsotti, William Hamilton, Roz Chast, and many others examine education from every perspective with the insightful wit that is the signature of the magazine's cartoons.

The New Yorker Cartoon Caption Contest Book

Author : Robert Mankoff
ISBN : 9780740777509
Genre : Humor
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Presents the history of the New Yorker's cartoon captions contest and includes a selection of cartoons along with their winning caption entries and their runners-up.

I Only Read It For The Cartoons

Author : Richard Gehr
ISBN : 9780544114456
Genre : Art
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Celebrates the cartoonists who have helped define "The New Yorker," including Sam Gross, Lee Lorenz, and Edward Koren, and provides a brief history of the cartoon's role in the publication.

More Cartoons

Author : Bernard Schoenbaum
ISBN : 9781496967916
Genre : Humor
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You may wonder why the title includes the word “more.” Bernard Schoenbaum’s cartoons have been published worldwide but upon his death, hundreds of unpublished cartoons were found in his files. To distinguish them from the already published cartoons, my daughter, Laura, a graphic designer, and I have organized them and compiled some of them into the group included in this publication with the title of More Cartoons: Men & Woman & Children. So here you have more. Hope they bring smiles!

Twain S Brand

Author : Judith Yaross Lee
ISBN : 9781626744530
Genre : Social Science
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Samuel L. Clemens lost the 1882 lawsuit declaring his exclusive right to use “Mark Twain” as a commercial trademark, but he succeeded in the marketplace, where synergy among his comic journalism, live performances, authorship, and entrepreneurship made “Mark Twain” the premier national and international brand of American humor in his day. And so it remains in ours, because Mark Twain’s humor not only expressed views of self and society well ahead of its time, but also anticipated ways in which humor and culture coalesce in today’s postindustrial information economy—the global trade in media, performances, and other forms of intellectual property that began after the Civil War. In Twain’s Brand: Humor in Contemporary American Culture, Judith Yaross Lee traces four hallmarks of Twain’s humor that are especially significant today. Mark Twain’s invention of a stage persona comically conflated with his biographical self lives on in contemporary performances by Garrison Keillor, Margaret Cho, Jerry Seinfeld, and Jon Stewart. The postcolonial critique of Britain that underlies America’s nationalist tall tale tradition not only self-destructs in A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court but also drives the critique of American Exceptionalism in Philip Roth’s literary satires. The semi-literate writing that gives Adventures of Huckleberry Finn its “vernacular vision”—wrapping cultural critique in ostensibly innocent transgressions and misunderstandings—has a counterpart in the apparently untutored drawing style and social critique seen in The Simpsons, Lynda Barry’s comics, and The Boondocks. And the humor business of recent decades depends on the same brand-name promotion, cross-media synergy, and copyright practices that Clemens pioneered and fought for a century ago. Twain’s Brand highlights the modern relationship among humor, commerce, and culture that were first exploited by Mark Twain.

Drawn To Purpose

Author : Martha H. Kennedy
ISBN : 9781496815958
Genre : Social Science
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Published in partnership with the Library of Congress, Drawn to Purpose: American Women Illustrators and Cartoonists presents an overarching survey of women in American illustration, from the late nineteenth into the twenty-first century. Martha H. Kennedy brings special attention to forms that have heretofore received scant notice--cover designs, editorial illustrations, and political cartoons--and reveals the contributions of acclaimed cartoonists and illustrators, along with many whose work has been overlooked. Featuring over 250 color illustrations, including eye-catching original art from the collections of the Library of Congress, Drawn to Purpose provides insight into the personal and professional experiences of eighty women who created these works. Included are artists Roz Chast, Lynda Barry, Lynn Johnston, and Jillian Tamaki. The artists' stories, shaped by their access to artistic training, the impact of marriage and children on careers, and experiences of gender bias in the marketplace, serve as vivid reminders of social change during a period in which the roles and interests of women broadened from the private to the public sphere. The vast, often neglected, body of artistic achievement by women remains an important part of our visual culture. The lives and work of the women responsible for it merit much further attention than they have received thus far. For readers who care about cartooning and illustration, Drawn to Purpose provides valuable insight into this rich heritage.

On The Money

Author : Robert Mankoff
ISBN : 9780740784903
Genre : Business & Economics
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The New Yorker has been at the forefront of social commentary since it was first published in 1925. Even when the markets have been down, its famous single-panel cartoons have found a way to add humor to the economic landscape. In On the Money, fans can revel in over 350 of The New Yorker's best cartoons on the theme of money, culled from the past 80+ years. From bossy businessmen to crooked creditors to slighted stockholders, no one in the financial world has escaped humorously critical jabs from the master of cartoon humor. The collection is edited by The New Yorker's cartoon editor, Robert Mankoff, and includes an introduction by the best-selling author Malcolm Gladwell.

The Rejection Collection

Author : Matthew Diffee
ISBN : 1416938710
Genre : Art
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Each week about fifty New Yorker cartoonists submit ten ideas, yielding five hundred cartoons for no more than twenty spots in the magazine. Arguably the most brilliant single-panel-gag cartoonists in the world create a bunch of cartoons every week that never see the light of day. These rejects were piling up in the dusty corners of studios all over the country. Sam Gross, who has been contributing since 1962, has more than 12,000 rejected cartoons. (Seriously. He's been numbering every single cartoon he's ever submitted to The New Yorker since the very beginning.) Enter editor Matthew Diffee. He tapped his fellow cartoonists, asking them to rescue these hilarious lost gems. From the artists' stacks of all-time favorite rejects, Diffee handpicked the standouts -- the cream of the crap -- and created The Rejection Collection, a place where good ideas go when they die. Too risqué, silly, or weird for The New Yorker, the cartoons in this book offer something no other collection has: They have never been seen in print until now. With a foreword by New Yorker cartoon editor Robert Mankoff that explains the sound judgment, respectability, and scruples not found anywhere in these pages, and handwritten questionnaires that introduce the quirky character of each artist, The Rejection Collection will appeal to fans of The New Yorker...and to anyone with a slightly sick sense of humor.

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