When Cartoonists Illustrate! Part 10: Bruce Eric Kaplan (BEK)

When Cartoonists Illustrate! Part 10: Bruce Eric Kaplan (BEK) SUTTONSIGNER.jpgBy Ward Sutton
SuttonImpactStudio.com

When Cartoonists Illustrate! There's often a line drawn between cartoonists and illustrators. All this week, I'm profiling talented people known for their cartooning and showing their work in an illustration context.

Bruce Eric Kaplan is a cartoonist for The New Yorker (he signs his work BEK) and a television writer and producer.

WARD SUTTON: How do you like illustrating compared to cartooning?

BRUCE ERIC KAPLAN: Illustrating can be more relaxing at times, although perhaps not as fulfilling.



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WARD SUTTON: Do you actively look for illustration work?

BRUCE ERIC KAPLAN: Not really.

WARD SUTTON: Have you illustrated, or would you illustrate, cartoons that others write?

BRUCE ERIC KAPLAN: No.

WARD SUTTON: Do you have a dream illustration gig?

BRUCE ERIC KAPLAN:Yes.http://authors.simonandschuster.com/Bruce-Eric-Kaplan/1348342 I would like to illustrate a children's book written by me that becomes an instant classic, sells millions of copies, and makes me an international superstar.


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