YOU’LL BE MISSED--From the New Yorker Magazine’s Robert Mankoff:
Charlie Barsotti (1933-2014), one of the great cartoonists, died yesterday, June 17, 2014. Charlie drew close to 1,400 cartoons for The New Yorker over the years, beginning in the 1960s and continuing right through last week’s issue.
With the minimum number of lines, Charlie could extract the maximum number of ideas, about Inequality, love, religion, truth, politics and life in general:
For more Barsotti cartoons and the original New Yorker salute:
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