cartoon by David Sipress
"Your mother and I are feeling overwhelmed,
so you'll have to bring yourself up."

David Sipress graduated from Williams College, Brooklyn. He decided to professionally pursue his lifelong habit of cartooning. In addition to submissions to The New Yorker, his work was regularly published in The Funny Times, Utne Reader, and the Spectator of London. Since 1971, he has been a weekly contributor to the Boston Review, and has published eight cartoon books. Initially inspired by European "gag" cartoonists, he now cites Saul Steinberg and other New Yorker cartoonists as his main influences. His drawing style is loose, personal, and most importantly, always built around the foundation of a funny but resonant joke.

Spare a dime cartoon by David Sipress
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