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Published February 25, 2008
Three pictures of snails in boxes, reading respectively: "Escargot", "Escargoing" and "Escargone". The first picture has a big one, the second a small one and the third has no snail at all
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.