For the record, it was used without attribution or linking to me until about 34k shares, when a friend noticed it and brought it to my attention. I wrote to the Coffee Party and they corrected the situation. Yay! for artist's rights! Yay! for eventually doing the right thing, Coffee Party.
I'd like to pretend I'm just blasé about my cartoons in The New Yorker, but it's only that I forget sometimes that I have this blog, what with Twitter and Facebook and Tumblr to keep (rather sloppily) updated. So, here's some of my latest, though not all, cartoons in The New Yorker!
This one seems to resonate with lots of people!
This next one has been a personal favorite of mine for years, and I've redrawn it many times hoping to sell it, and I finally did! I think about it every time I look at the classifieds, just before deciding to "fall back on" my artistic talents.
This one, my friends, is verbatim a true story told to me by a friend. She now owns the original:
Slowly catching up to that cartoon I sold on 60 Minutes in the previous post. Here's one about employment, or how I imagine it:
To see all the others, if I missed one or two, just see my page at the CondeNast website, here. Some are even missing from there, as they're still putting stuff on the database, but it's a good sampling!
All about how, inspired by Cary Grant's character in "Holiday," I decided to "retire young and work old." Seriously. I did that: Do not try this at home. Did I mention I "retired" BEFORE getting a job?
On 60 Minutes! I appear a couple of times, and my sold cartoon also! Very exciting. My parents were very reassured. That's my editor, Bob Mankoff. Here's a link, in case there's trouble loading it on my page.