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Friday, February 16, 2007 is the online home of The Cartoon Bank, a New Yorker Magazine company. At its heart is the Internet's leading searchable database of cartoon humor. The Cartoon Bank is the largest, most comprehensive stock house of quality single-panel cartoons in the world, with more than 85,000 records in their central archive-including all the cartoons ever published in The New Yorker. More than 20,000 of those images are available on their website. also offers art-quality matted and framed prints of individual cartoons, prepared by gallery experts and ready to hang.'s president is Bob Mankoff, who is The New Yorker's cartoon editor. Bob founded The Cartoon Bank back in 1992, and in 1998 the company joined The New Yorker and the Condé Nast family as its cartoon division. Their offices are in Yonkers, NY.

To find out more about the Cartoonbank, visit their website or give them a call.
28 Wells Ave.
Bldg. #3, 4th Fl.
Yonkers, NY 10701
1-800-897-8666 (Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 6 p.m. Eastern Time)


Eduardo said...


I'm afraid this article ignores the fact that there is a much larger and more comprehensive searchable database of cartoons on the web at They have at least 90,000 images, by over 300 artists searchable on-line, have a daily updating NewsCartoon Service and a Vintage cartoon archive. CartoonStock were the first searchable cartoon archive on the web and the first to offer instant licensing and downloads.

Of course Cartoon Bank are worth knowing about and good at what they do, but I just thought it was worth correcting a few factual inaccuracies in the above.

Adam said...

Thank you Eduardo. This blog is really about Yonkers arts and artists, and since Cartoonbank is based in Yonkers, I've left them here.