Sipress has been a staff cartoonist at The New Yorker since 1998. He’s published nearly seven hundred cartoons in the magazine. During the presidential election in 2012, he became the first Daily Cartoonist on The New Yorker website, and repeated as Daily Cartoonist in 2014 and twice in 2016, covering the presidential primaries and the national election. His topical Daily Cartoons continue to appear on newyorker.com in 2021. His cartoons have also appeared in Time, Parade, Playboy, Funny Times, The Washington Post, Harper’s, Men’s Health, Gastronomica, Shambhala Sun, Narrative, Süddeutsche Zeitung, The Spectator, Air Mail Weekly, and numerous other publications and related websites. He was the weekly cartoonist of The Boston Phoenix newspaper for twenty-five years.
David has published seventeen personal history essays on the website of The New Yorker, newyorker.com In February, 2017, he appeared on MSNBC (“AM Joy–The Joy Reid Show”) and on The Canadian Broadcast Corporation to discuss his New Yorker essay, “How to Stay Sane as a Cartoonist in Trumpland.”
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