Just watched a wonderful, heart-warming documentary on the famous New Yorker cartoonist, George Booth. Premiering this year, the 23-minute film gives you the history of the artist from Missouri and a bit about how he comes up with his ideas and of course lots of humorous cartoons. At 95, Booth is the oldest living New Yorker cartoonist, and still active from his home in Crown Heights, Brooklyn.
Drawing Life with George Booth newyorker.com/culture/the-new-yorker-documentary/george-booths-old-school-character-and-cartooning
Available on the New Yorker site but also free on their YouTube channel.