The New Yorker Book of Money Cartoons, Revised and Updated
Money doesn't just make the world go round—it spins it upside down, inside out, and out of orbit. Now, thanks to the world's most brilliant cartoonists, it also makes us giggle, chuckle, chortle, and laugh out loud. In The New Yorker Book of Money Cartoons, Second Edition, the cartoonist and cartoon editor of The New Yorker Robert Mankoff brings together over a hundred classic images that show the influence, power, and occasional insanity of money.
- Features over 100 cartoons—new and old—from the pens of cartooning legends including Charles Addams, George Booth, Victoria Roberts, Roz Chast, Leo Cullum, Jack Ziegler, Gahan Wilson, and many others
- Includes a hilarious introduction by David Sipress
- Newly revised to include cartoons that touch on today's most pressing money matters
Capturing the myriad ways money informs, confuses, and sometimes takes control of our lives, The New Yorker Book of Money Cartoons is sure to tickle your money bone.
Robert Mankoff is the cartoon editor of The New Yorker. He is also a cartoonist, and more than 900 of his cartoons have been published in the magazine in the past thirty years, including the best-selling New Yorker cartoon of all time. He is the author of the book The Naked Cartoonist, published in 2002, about the creative process behind developing magazine-style cartoons. He has also edited dozens of cartoon books and published four of his own.
David Sipress has published over 400 cartoons in The New Yorker since 1998. His cartoons have been a weekly feature in The Boston Phoenix for more than thirty years, and his work has appeared in Time, Playboy, Gastronomica, Reader's Digest, The Washington Post, and many other publications. Sipress is the author of eight books of cartoons and has illustrated several others.