Because most philosophies that frown on reproduction don't survive.

Friday, September 23, 2011

The Future is Now

In our library, of course, I found a delightful book called Women are Wonderful, "A History in Cartoons of a Hundred Years with America's Most Controversial Figure" -- the hundred years ranging from 1856 to 1956. The above cartoon is one of my favorites. Although the internet in its current inception was beyond the imagination of the cartoonist, he's nailed the effect of a roomful of people sitting around buried in their iPhones and laptops and iPads.

(I have an idea for a New Yorker cartoon, if it hasn't already been drawn: The Beatles crossing Abbey Road, heads bowed over their phones.)

The book isn't all laughs, though.

1 comment:

christopher said...

I find it hilarious that the artist deemed "Boy's Terror" important enough to be included along with all the other must-haves and necessaries in the parlor. LOL!