Christina Malman, best known as a cartoonist for The New Yorker, was born in England and moved to United States at the age of 2. Her iconic images were well-known and distinguished by the figures of little girls and crowds. Malman attended the School of Fine and Applied Arts at Pratt Institute. She had several exhibitions in New York City.

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