|Image Courtesy of The Economist|
I'm a long-time reader of The Economist and one of my favorite parts of every issue is the comics from KAL (Kevin Kallaugher). His work has been entertaining me (and I'm sure millions of other readers) since I started reading The Economist cover to cover back as a high-school freshman debater.
Fortunately for all of us fans, Michelle Hayden and Mark Johnson from The Economist coordinated a Google Hangout with KAL on April 18, 2013 at 10:30 AM CST. I had a wonderful time participating with the other readers who joined me for the live chat:
over at The Economist's Website):
SPOILER ALERT: Kal reveals an insider Cartoonist secret near the end of the video, the secret is revealed after the jump at the end of the post ;)
KAL talks about his new book, Daggers Drawn: 35 Years of KAL cartoons in The Economist, (which he also discussed in the Hangout) in the video below from a recent TEDxJacksonHole event:
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KAL reveals that he secretly hides a caricature of himself in his cartoons that depict large crowds near the end of the Google Hangout video. Have you played "Where's Kal?"