Cartoon Like A New Yorker
Have you always wanted to draw/submit a cartoon to the New Yorker but did not know where to start? Let published cartoonist Evan Forsch teach you how New Yorker cartoonists create their drawings and captions. Evan will then tell you about the submission process and answer any questions you have. He will include some anecdotes about his personal experience and that of his colleagues. Guests should bring a pencil and notepad. If you do not have one we can provide one for you. Check out Evan's work: www.evan4sh.com
We run a small retail shop on the Lower East Side that is filled with treasures made by locals. Greeting cards, baby gifts, clothing and accessories, music, books. Evan, is an awesome cartoonist. You might know him for The New Yorker published cartoons he has had published, but you probably don't. Lauren is a creative ninja. She throws everything up into the air and skillfully catches it and puts it where it belongs. Together we have two small children. Not just because they are young, but because Lauren is pretty short. We are excited to
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