Once you cartoon for a few years, you can't possibly do anything else. Everything else just feels like work.
More Quotes from Bob Mankoff:The New Yorker is synonymous with the magazine cartoon, ... and this extends the brand because we've jumped out of the magazine and on to the Internet. We've also made it possible for someone to download a cartoon into a PowerPoint presentation or read a customized book (of cartoons) about dentists.
I grab water out of people's hands - I act like it's a 911 situation. I need water.
I mean, picture this You're in the middle of reading a very important article in The New Yorker, and then you're laughing because you got distracted by a cartoon, and you have to go to the bathroom because of all the laughing ... come on people, please keep the humor at a minimum.
It was one that came from real life. I was having trouble getting through to a fellow cartoonist. He kept blowing me off, and I said those words on the phone.
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