The New Yorker Reminisces on Street Food Cartoons

If you need an afternoon chuckle, check out this article over at the New Yorker. Bob Mankoff, who’s drawn The New Yorker’s iconic cartoons for over 20 years, waxes poetic on street food and gives a nod to the Street Vendor Project. It’s always good to see an influential publication take notice of the cause, and if they can do it through humor, it’s certainly something to smile about.

Own A Print of the Elwood Smith Vendor Wars Cartoon from the New York Times

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