Speaking of embellished resumes ... here's a fun one for the Yale alumni. Original, hand drawn cartoon by Leo Cullum published in the New Yorker on August 4, 1986, with the caption, "Well no, but I always rooted for them." Leo was a giant among New Yorker cartoonists, publishing 819 cartoons in the magazine from 1977 to the time of his untimely death in 2010.
Sharpie pen and black ink wash on 11" x 14" Bristol Board. The front of the piece contains corner production markings, and the entire piece is protected by a transparent overlay and brown paper cover. The caption is covered for production purposes but is visible through it. New Yorker copyright sticker and artist's stamp on the reverse side along with a few production notes. Excellent condition.
Leo Cullum's original New Yorker work is extremely rare. This piece derives from the private collection of his family.