Here are more cartoons circa 1966 and 1967.
From the introduction:
“Chon Day's deceptively economical line says what he wants it to say, perhaps better than anyone else's.”
These four are by Jules Stauber for Bärmeier & Nikel
I'm not sure if this is “Ja” with a “y” sound meaning “Yes” or with an “h” sound meaning “Ha-ha”. Stop bothering me.
“The work of Gallagher, for example, is as straightforward and as functional as a tap on the head by a caveman's club. He is a rascal who, with no holds barred, likes to give a kick in the pants to pomposity. Though the line itself somewhat lacks grace, the cartoons are as delightful and as refreshing as the slapstick films to which they are related”
The next two are by Guillermo Mordillo for Paris Match
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