Ariel Molvig has only just started at The New Yorker, having published his first cartoon in the magazine in 2005. Before that, he worked as a carpenter, roofer, solicitor, waiter, cashier, futon maker, and actor/model in Japan. He now lives in Pennsylvania.
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Published September 24, 2012
A headless man searches for his head inside a teddy-bear dispensing machine.
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