In 1985, the Cartoonists Association sponsored an exhibition of original cartoon art at the Master Eagle Gallery in Manhattan. For a poster announcing the show, the participating cartoonists drew self-portraits.
I thought you'd like to see them. There are lots of “big” names here and many are still actively cartooning, especially with The New Yorker. And, sadly, there are quite a few who are no longer cartooning or who have passed away.
Here they are. I've typed in the names of the cartoonists below each set of self-portraits, in case you can't decipher them. For some unfathomable reason P.C. Vey appears twice, with different drawings. There are two self-portraits that I can't identify. They are either Felipe Galindo, Jared Lee or Skip Morrow. If anyone can help me out here, I'd appreciate it.
Al Ross, Lou Myers, Catherine O'Neill, Lawrence Trepel, John Jonik, Tom Cheney
Joe Farris, Henry Martin, Bob Mankoff, David Pascal, Ed Franscino, Boris Drucker
Sam Gross, Artemas Cole, Liza Donnelly, Peter Steiner, Mort Gerberg, David Sipress, P.C. Vey, Richard Orlin, Dana Fradon
Eli Bauer, Bill Hoest, ???? ?????? (it's Skip Morrow — see comments), Charles Sauers, Tim Haggerty, David Jacobson, Mike Twohy, Bill Lee, Roz Chast
Leo Cullum, Aaron Bacall, ???? ????? (It's Felipe Galindo — see his comment), Sidney Harris, Bud Grace
Jack Ziegler, Ed Arno, Michael Crawford, John Norment, Warren Miller, Barney Tobey
Mick Stevens, Howard Margulies, Lee Lorenz, Richard Cline, Bernard Schoenbaum, Arnie Levin
Stuart Leeds, P.C.Vey (again), Lo Linkert, W.B. Park, M.G. Lord