Again, like last Saturday, more pages from Great Cartoons of the World, Volume II from 1968.
From Jules Feiffer's Feiffer.
Bruce Pettyin The New Yorker in 1963. Editor John Bailey says of him in the introduction :
If there had been a genius of the pen among prehistoric men, his work would have no doubt resembled the work of Petty. It is a natural explosion of some kind, as if idea drawing had been some kind of primitive urge. Seemingly naȉve, his cartoons when carefully examined are seen to be very sophisticated, his ideas perfectly expressed in the drawing.
Michael Ffolkes for Punch
Vahan Shirvanian in Look.
George Price for New Yorker
Eldon Dedini for Punch.
More to come next Saturday.
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