Leo Cullum (1942 - 2010) ’s lively illustrations and sophisticated humor combine to create an instantly recognizable world where humans and animals intermingle in the professions of medicine, law and business. Leo’s first cartoon appeared in the pages of The New Yorker in January 1977, marking the beginning of a lifelong association with the magazine, where he was considered one of the most popular and consistently funny cartoonists. During his illustrious career spanning four decades, he was one of the most prolific cartoonists at The New Yorker with more than 820 published cartoons. Leo was also a frequent contributor to numerous other publications including Barron’s, Harvard Business Review, Esquire, National Lampoon and The Wall Street Journal. In addition, Leo is the author of four cartoon books, Scotch and Toilet Water, Cockatiels for Two, Tequila Mockingbird, and Suture Self.