The quest continues on my goal to be a cartoonist for The New
Yorker. Over a year now solidly devoted to this life
goal pursuit. In Mr. Mankoff's words, here's why:
"The New Yorker is to cartooning what God is to religion. It
didn't completely invent it, but it's the Holy Grail."
-Robert Mankoff, longtime cartooning editor and cartoonist at The
New Yorker magazine
Love Toon of the
week... This Week's Featured Cartoon:
Title: Stars And Toilet Paper
TOUCHÉ! Cartoon by Ché Rippinger Caption: (Man to woman) "Of all the stars that have come
and gone...and we're still discussing how toilet paper goes on a
role." Topic: Relationships, life, arguments, debate,
love, different ways of doing things, conflict, little annoyances
vs. big picture
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Colorado Alliance of
Illustrators: Patsi Pohle, John Francis & Che' (artist Lonnie Allen
not pictured) at 2008 La Piazza Dell'Arte
Original illustration design by John Francis: Urban submarine
periscope breaking through concrete--
which had to get the USS Larimer (art on Larimer Square) moniker,
because passers by just didn't get it, even though they thought it
was "really cool."
God bless my mom, The
original person who's respect and knowledge of all things Native
American, Colorado, positive "you-can do-it" attitude & wickedly
humorous spirit, inspired mine. She's always been my best friend and
now she gets the best angelic seat in the house. Love ya, mom!
Give 'em hell in heaven.
-with love and humor,
As a well respected 25-year Religious Science Practitioner, a
memorial service was held Friday, June 4, 3pm at Mile Hi Church in
Lakewood, Colorado- with a colorful luau them
celebrating her life.
She loved all things Hawaii (especially Kawai) even though our
gorgeous mountains are are beloved home and sanctuary.