Herman Miller, Eames Chair Poster by Armin Hofmann - 1962. / b22-design
MONDAY: Our guest is Bob Mankoff, cartoonist, and long-time cartoon editor at The New Yorker. He has a new memoir called “How About Never—Is Never Good For You?” named after his most famous cartoon. We’ll talk about his life, editing other people’s cartoons, and creating his own.
Keith Haring (1958-1990) in his studio, late 1980s.
— Charles Wright, from “Laguna Dantesca,” in The Southern Cross (Random House, 1981)