Monday, April 07, 2014

Cartooning at the Supreme Court

U.S. Supreme Court decisions have been coming out en masse, it seems (though SCOTUSblog does not expect any decisions this week).

According to a Washington Post reporter, "Any information that emerges from big Supreme Court hearings feels like it’s been smuggled out of the edifice on First Street." The reporter then makes a case for cartoonists, i.e., "someone in the room who specializes in interpreting personal presentation and interpersonal interactions."

Curious to see a cartoonist explain the latest Supreme Court decisions via gifs and videos? See the work of Ann Telnaes here.