Bob Mankoff:
Anatomia di una vignetta del The New Yorker

TEDSalon NY2013 · 20:59 · Filmed May 2013
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Il The New Yorker riceve circa 1000 vignette alla settimana; ne pubblica solo circa 17. In questa spassoso, rapido e acuto discorso, il direttore di lunga data delle vignette Bob Mankoff, auto-proclamato "analista dell'umorismo", esamina l'umorismo contenuto in alcune "idee disegnate" pubblicate nella rivista, spiegando cosa funziona, cosa non funziona e perché.

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Bob Mankoff is the cartoon editor of The New Yorker, as well as an accomplished cartoonist in his own right. Full bio
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