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  • Big wigs, odd ducks and enduring product mascots have all been identified by them—from the Duke of Windsor and Winston Churchill to Uncle Sam, the New Yorker's Eustace Tilley, Mr. Peanut and the Monopoly man.

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  • The New Yorker magazine cover model Eustace Tilley (illustrated), fashion designer Perry Ellis (deceased), and noted ascot enthusiast Thurston Howell, III (fictional) have reportedly already received subpoenas, and in conjunction with the now-infamous email confession of his dry cleaner, their testimonies could finally spell the end of Vaughters's argyle-print reign of terror.

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  • The New Yorker magazine cover model Eustace Tilley (illustrated), fashion designer Perry Ellis (deceased), and noted ascot enthusiast Thurston Howell, III (fictional) have reportedly already received subpoenas, and in conjunction with the now-infamous email confession of his dry cleaner, their testimonies could finally spell the end of Vaughters's argyle-print reign of terror.

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  • Where Simon is content to play shrink with Talbot, Horsefeathers puts Eustace Tilley himself on the couch.

    Horse Hockey: James Wolcott

  • For the next two weeks, The New Yorker invites readers, budding or would-be cartoonists as well as bona-fide pros and assorted graffiti artists of course to create their own humorous version of Eustace Tilley, the iconic dandy who appeared on the first cover in 1925 and has returned for nearly every anniversary issue since.

    The many faces of Eustace Tilley « Drawn! The Illustration and Cartooning Blog

  • "But for Eustace Tilley to raise an eyeglass over anybody's drinking is one for the go-climb-a-lamppost department."

    Hemingway's Daiquiri

  • • Streeter had Barack Obama facing Eustace Tilley, whose eye is blackened and whose monocle is cracked.

    Jerry Weissman: One Last Comment on "The Cover" ... and Humor

  • • Kevin Siers had Alfred E. Newman dressed as Eustace Tilley, and holding up a sketch of Obama with a bomb, while saying, "What me worry about sophisticated satire?"

    Jerry Weissman: One Last Comment on "The Cover" ... and Humor

  • (The cover displayed a female version of New Yorker icon Eustace Tilley in a low-cut pink dress).

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  • Another "American Idol" turns 82 today: Wandering around the Rossosphere: The magazine Harold Ross started on this day in 1925, with cover guy Eustace Tilley, has given us gritty journalism as well as pretentious fluff.

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