David Horsey is going to Washington to cover Barack Obama’s inauguration. Should be a good way to get his mind off the potential closing of the Seattle Post-Intelligencer.
Speaking of Horsey, he appeared on a local Seattle radio station, and was told by a Seattle Times columnist that “when one of your competitors looks like its going to go out of business, that’s not a bad sign.”
Vanity Fair has put up a gallery of George W. Bush caricatures by Ed Sorel, Drew Friedman, Gerald Scarfe, and many more.
Mad Magazine shows us the first 100 days of the Obama administration, beautifully illustrated by Drew Freidman.
Turns our Colombian coffee growers DO have a sense of humor, as they have decided not to sue Mother Goose & Grimm cartoonist Mike Peters.
Four more editorial cartoonists could soon be out of work due to the financial problems their newspapers face.
Cory Doctorow offers up some great advice for writing in the age of distraction, which could also come in handy for blogging cartoonists.