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Illustrated article for Print magazine on The New Yorker's founding art director and creator of the iconic Eustace Tilley.
Françoise Mouly was inspired to start TOON Books when she and her husband, Art Spiegelman, saw the ways their daughter and son learned to read. TOON books aren’t just charming—they contain building blocks for both verbal and visual literacy.
"I also think we all enjoy doing these books because there’s a nice feeling of unity among the cartoonists involved. We’re actually a fairly tight bunch."
Eight DVDs contain 4,109 scanned and searchable issues of The New Yorker—an earthly paradise for scholars, media-watchers, literary biographers, visual-culture enthusiasts, and a legion of fans.