Showing posts with label Steve Brodner. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Steve Brodner. Show all posts

Wednesday, February 25, 2015

March 2: Steve Brodner in Baltimore

Steve Brodner will be speaking on Johns Hopkins' Homewood Campus at 5:30 on March 2. See the image for more details.

Monday, March 19, 2012

Cartoonists atypically in the local papers

In today's Politico on p. 6, local cartoonist Kevin Rechin has an uncredited ad cartoon of "Current Restrictions on Credit Union Capital," with a drawing of people walking down the road to economic recovery while donkey and elephant push a boulder with the Restrictions title onto the road.

Also in today's Politico, Matt Wuerker has a drawing of Catherine the Great, illustrating a story about her.

Sunday, January 23, 2011

Steve Brodner caricatures in Sunday's Post UPDATED

Steve Brodner illustrated Dana Milbank's column I'm declaring February a Palin-free month. Join me! in today's Washington Post but the excellent drawings aren't online at the Post site, but Mr. Brodner has them at his site.

Sunday, December 27, 2009

Steve Brodner illos in Post's Outlook section

The excellent caricaturist Steve Brodner did illos of some of the most famous women politicians in today's Post's Outlook section. The images don't appear to be online.

Tuesday, April 07, 2009

OT: Steve Brodner audio interview

Brodner's one of the best caricaturists working regularly and I was lucky enough to hear him speak a few years ago at SPX. Here's a new interview with him - "MoJo Audio: Meet Cartoonist Steve Brodner: Satirical illustrator Steve Brodner talks about Newt Gingrich, Richard Nixon, and which senator he most wants to draw," by Nikki Gloudeman, Mother Jones podcast April 3, 2009. The direct download is

Sunday, December 21, 2008

Comic Art in today's Washington Post

The Opinion section has what purports to be "The Year in Cartoons." It's not a very good selection.

Steve Brodner illustrates 2009 predictions in the last Sunday Source section, which also presumably means that we won't see Danny Hellman's illustrations in the paper anymore either.

A wire story on Broadway's Shrek musical (sigh) was interesting - "The Star of 'Shrek' Basks in the Green Light," By Kristen A. Lee / Associated Press, Washington Post Sunday, December 21, 2008; M10.

Dave Betancourt's review of "The DC Comics Encyclopedia," Washington Post Sunday, December 21, 2008; Page BW14