Andy Laties roves around the Museum of Comic and Cartoon Art’s 2009 festival, armed with a video recording device, using absurdist kvetching to torture people like Bob Sikoryak, Josh Moutray, Seth Tobocman, Doug Bratton, Karl Erickson, Robyn Chapman, Caitlin Plovnik and more.
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Photo taken 1-20-09
The New York Indypendent sponsored this inauguration day event, allowing passers-by in Union Square to hurl shoes at Dubya’s head for a dollar a toss. Proceeds benefited war widows and orphans in Iraq. The painting by Rebecca Migdal did not survive.
Yep, you really can throw shoes at a sneering portrait of Dubya (painted by yours truly) Tuesday at Union Square in NYC.
Get your kicks for $1 a throw on Tuesday, January 20, inauguration day, at the south side of Union Square in Manhattan from 11 AM-2 PM. The event is sponsored by the Indyendent, and proceeds will benefit Iraqi refugees.
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I was asked by the Indypendent to come up with a cover on the theme, “Does My Vote Matter?” Although they declined to use the artwork for the cover, it will be posted to their web site. Here’s a sneak preview of the artwork.
You can investigate all my recent editorial cartoons in detail in: “Editorial Cartoons by Rebecca Migdal”.