Françoise Mouly, The New Yorker

Françoise Mouly

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Past articles by Françoise:

For the Love of Comics: Bill Griffith Takes On the Iconic Nancy

The cartoonist discusses the subtle brilliance behind the comic strip, and the meditative experience of reading it. → Read More

Sergio García Sánchez’s “On the Same Page”

The artist discusses motion, stillness, and his love of libraries. → Read More

Kadir Nelson’s “Declaration of Independence”

The artist discusses the charm of all kinds of summer excursions. → Read More

Edward Steed’s “A Loveliness of Ladybugs”

Françoise Mouly and the artist Edward Steed on painting, the little things, and the luck of the ladybugs for the June 26, 2023, issue of the magazine. → Read More

Roz Chast’s “Fireworks Megastore”

The artist discusses stumbling across surprises while shopping, and rebelling against efficiency. → Read More

Sasha Velour’s “The Look of Pride”

The artist discusses gender, self-expression, and how drag can be an antidote to shame. → Read More

Marcellus Hall’s “Open House”

The artist discusses rent, real estate, and making a home in the city. → Read More

R. Kikuo Johnson’s “Perennial”

The artist discusses nature in New England, and mourning the old while celebrating the new. → Read More

Bruce McCall’s “Safe Travels”

McCall’s friends and colleagues reflect on the late artist’s zeal for life. → Read More

Barry Blitt’s “Room at the Top”

The artist discusses being young and adrift in London, and gives King Charles tips for painting with watercolors. → Read More

JooHee Yoon’s “Drawing Hands with A.I. (After M. C. Escher)”

The artist discusses artistry, artificial intelligence, and the human experience. → Read More

Jane Rosenberg’s “Courtroom Sketch, Manhattan Criminal Courthouse”

Françoise Mouly writes about Jane Rosenberg’s “Courtroom Sketch, Manhattan Criminal Courthouse,” the cover for the April 17, 2023, issue of The New Yorker. → Read More

Mark Ulriksen’s “About Time”

Françoise Mouly and the artist Mark Ulriksen on spring training, the clock, and the love of baseball for the the April 10, 2023, issue of the magazine. → Read More

Luci Gutiérrez’s “Rise and Shine”

Françoise Mouly speaks with the artist Luci Gutiérrez about “Rise and Shine,” her cover for the April 3, 2023, issue of The New Yorker, which centers on daylight. → Read More

Sammy Harkham’s Unbleached Perspective on an Oft-Maligned Medium

In “Blood of the Virgin,” the cartoonist chronicles the spectrum of surprises that his protagonist encounters at home and on set in Hollywood of the nineteen-seventies. → Read More

Sarula Bao’s “Fresh Gear”

The artist discusses design as a playground for self-expression and connection. → Read More

Sergio García Sánchez’s “Pulling Ahead”

The artist discusses capturing movement, creation as a collaborative endeavor, and the ways that visual communication can transcend eras. → Read More

Remembering Ian Falconer, the New Yorker Artist and Author of the “Olivia” Books

Falconer won a Caldecott Medal in 2001 and contributed more than thirty New Yorker covers. → Read More

Diana Ejaita’s “Cultivated”

The artist discusses the spaces in which creative work can flourish. → Read More

Barry Blitt’s “The Florida Book-of-the-Month Club”

Françoise Mouly interviews the artist Barry Blitt about “The Florida Book-of-the-Month Club,” his cover for the March 6, 2023, issue of The New Yorker. → Read More