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About Cartoon Collections
Cartoon Collections is the definitive location for iconic cartoons and offers a searchable online archive with instant licensing and downloads. The website houses renowned cartoons covering thousands of subjects with collections from The New Yorker, Esquire, Playboy Magazine, National Lampoon and American Bystander as well as Matt Diffee’s three Rejection Collections books. Backed by cartoon lover and philanthropist Lawrence Benensen, a principal of Benensen Capital Partners, Cartoon Collections is the platinum standard in the cartoon universe. It is the U.S. companion to CartoonStock, home of one of the largest digital collections of cartoons in the world. For more information, visit the website at CartoonCollections.com; and follow on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.
About Bob Mankoff
Bob Mankoff is the founder of Cartoon Collections, Cartoon and Humor Editor of Esquire and former Cartoon Editor of The New Yorker. In 1974, Bob Mankoff began creating original cartoons and submitting them to magazines around New York City.In 1977, he sold his first cartoon to The New Yorker. He started The Cartoon Bank in 1991–originally a repository for rejected New Yorker cartoons–devoted to licensing for use in newsletters, textbooks, magazines and other media. In 1997, Mankoff was named Cartoon Editor of The New Yorker at which time The New Yorker purchased The Cartoon Bank, giving the site access to all cartoons published in the magazine over the past eight decades. Bob has edited dozens of cartoon books, including The New Yorker 75th Anniversary Collection, The Complete Cartoons of The New Yorker and the newly-published The New Yorker Encyclopedia of Cartoons, and published four collections of his own.