Saul Steinberg was a regular contributor to The New Yorker until his death. He's probably most famous for the ”View of the World” cover he did for them.
He's being included in the category because they're cartoons you won't get. The thing about that is there is nothing to get. Just funny drawings. Here were some cartoons he did for various issues of New Yorker in 1960.
Number 2073: Walt Kelly does Hans Christian Andersen’s “Thumbelisa” - Fifty years ago a friend showed me his collection of the original *Fairy Tale Parade*. I had not seen them before, but as a Pogo fan I loved Walt Kelly. H...
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