Roz Chast, an illustrator and artist for The New Yorker has had over one thousand cartoons published in the magazine since her first published cartoon in 1978. This short film by New Yorker Video looks more closely at her work, the thoughts and the process behind it. In it she explains that everything can be drawn differently by different people, a very simple but important and often overlooked concept. You don’t have to do something like someone else did in order to be successful at it, there are always different approaches. More after the cut.