The making of a cartoon


The New Yorker

Since 1998, David Sipress has published more than five hundred cartoons in The New Yorker. For each one that makes it into the magazine there are dozens that don't, but every week he sits down to draw again. We recently spoke to Sipress about what keeps him inspired after all these years, and those rare ideas so good they "make your brain explode."

Year
2015
Type
documentary