Mort Gerberg, a regular contributor to The New Yorker since 1965, has written or illustrated 37 books of humor for adults and children and drawn custom cartoons for many different companies. His book Cartooning: The Art and the Business is considered a leading reference in the field. Gerberg lives in Manhattan.
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Published March 9, 2009
"Good start, Maxwell. Now concentrate a bit more on aesthetics."
A man holds up a drawing of an electric car shaped like a giant plug.
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