Beautifully drawn, large-scale cartoon by Dana Fradon, published in the New Yorker on June 18, 1979. Pen and ink, with applied ink wash on 20" x 15.5" Wausau paper (image size is approximately 16" x 10").
The drawing of the woman's head is a paste-up and there is visible white-out along wording on truck and the drivers' faces. The paper is extremely brittle around the edges and has visible age-related discoloration. The paper also shows a border line from a previously affixed matting. The Wausau paper logo is visible on the upper left and upper right sides of the image. The reverse side contains image bleeding and a New Yorker production sticker. Overall, good condition.
These age-related conditions don't impact the image itself. The piece is stunning in person and a steal at the listed price.