February 2012

Graphic Arts Monthly, September 1984


I always loved the old TV sitcom, "I'm Dickens, He's Fenster" (from the 1960's, starring Marty Ingels and John Astin). So my use of the name Fenster in this caption was my little homage to the memory of that show.






Back in Business . . . Almost


Sorry for the long interruption, but what should have been just a software correction turned into a major rebuilding of the site on a completely new platform.

I haven't been ill or anything like that, but the site was definitely not too healthy. Hopefully I'll be resuming business as usual . . . or better than usual . . . very soon.

By the way, the site is being rebuilt by my son the computer whiz -- so for the price I'm paying him (zilch), I can't really push him to speed things up.

If you notice anything missing in the archive, or see anything obviously out of kilter, please let me know and I will try to get it corrected. And since the site will be on a new platform, there should be some interesting new features, too.

And yes, the Cartoon Caption Contest will resume as soon as I can manage it . . . hopefully by next week.

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Boardroom Lists, February 1985


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Another byline shared with Boardroom editor Brian Kurtz. The cartoon is strictly for the Direct Mail industry, and I'm sure it doesn't make sense to anyone else. Brian came up with the gag and the caption.