This Cartoonist Keeps Getting Rejected By The New Yorker, This Is His Rejected Works

As any cartoonist will tell you, getting published in the New Yorker is a notoriously difficult thing to do. Just ask Phil Jones.

He’s an illustrator, designer, and art director from Minneapolis, Minnesota who’s been trying to get his work into the famous American magazine for months, but having not yet succeeded, he decided to share some of his “favorite rejects” online instead.

And with over 350k views in just 18 hours, Phil has proved that regardless of what The New Yorker thinks, his cartoons are clearly popular with thousands of people around the globe. Scroll down to see why.

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