Monday, June 19, 2017

June 17, 2017 Jack Ziegler Memorial at the Society of Illustrators

Back row, L to R: Trevor Hoey, John Donohue, Robert Leighton, Tom Toro, David Borchart, George Booth, Anne Hall Elser, Bill Woodman, John O'Brien, Paul Karasik, Peter Steiner, John Klossner; next row, L to R: Ken Krimstein, Bob Eckstein, Amy Hwang, Roz Chast, Mort Gerberg, Bob Mankoff, Sam Gross, Liza Donnelly, Michael Maslin, Marshall Hopkins, Joe Dator; next row L to R: Peter C. Vey, Mick Stevens, Danny Shanahan, Edward Koren Felipe Galindo, Andrea Arroyo Mike Lynch — at the Society Of Illustrators, NYC.

Jack Ziegler, who created more than 1,600 cartoons for The New Yorker, passed away at the age of 74 in March. His family and cartoonist friends got together on Saturday to remember his life and celebrate his memory. 

We three cartoonists decided to make the roadtrip down from Northern New England. My friend John Klossner driving me and the great cartoonist Bill Woodman down to the Society of Illustrators for a mere 24 hours in NYC. I am exhausted, but glad we were all able to attend. Here are a few photos. Some and from me, and some were nicked from Liza Donnelly and Michael Maslin. 

Mort Gerberg, Bob Mankoff, Ed Koren.

Andrea Arroyo, Felipe Galindo, Liza Donnelly, Michael Maslin.

Roz Chast, George Booth. 

Sam Gross, Bill Woodman, Sam's daughter Michelle, Brian McConnachie.

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