Phil Jones is an illustrator, designer, and art director from Minneapolis, Minnesota who’s been trying to get his work into The New Yorker for months, but having not yet succeeded, he decided to share some of his “favorite rejects” online instead. We think his cartoons are brilliant. Scroll down to see why.
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This artist is great and creative.
The New Yorker’s cartoon editor must be a dreary fellow to have passed on these.