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Published June 27, 2011
"Do you mind listening to 'Eine Kleine Holdmusik'?"
A woman sitting at a desk and speaking into a phone asks the person on the other end of the line whether he or she would mind being put on hold and listening to the hold music. A man wearing a tuxedo and glasses has his violin ready to play. He is sitting beside her.
Drew Dernavich has been contributing cartoons to The New Yorker since 2002. His unusual, blocky style of drawing, a reflection of his training in woodcutting and stone-carving, makes his cartoons stand out, as does his signature, "Dd." He lives in New Jersey with his wife.