One of George Booth’s most beloved and evergreen New Yorker cartoon is now available as a limited edition, signed print.
Legendary New Yorker Cartoonist George Booth has created thousands of cartoons since he first began drawing for his high school newspaper in the 1940s. He sold his first cartoon to the New Yorker in 1969, over 50 years ago.
Now, 25 signed prints of his most popular cartoon are available EXCLUSIVELY through Cartoon Collections.
Caption: “I’d just like to know what in hell is happening, that’s all! I’d like to know what in hell is happening! Do you know what in hell is happening?”
Each limited edition Giclee print is hand-signed and numbered on 100% acid-free and ph-buffered cotton rag paper, and accompanied by a certificate of authenticity.
Available framed ($425) or unframed ($350).