Unnatural History of Wall Street

Unnatural History of Wall Street

Today is bad news if you work on Wall Street, but it’s good news for folks who want to watch cartoons about Wall Street. Animator Gary Leib just debuted a timely animated piece on the NY Times website: Unnatural History of Wall Street. It’s one minute of fun, loose and cartoony animation with a jazz score by Mike Hashim. This is Leib’s second piece for the Times website; his first was this history of the Meatpacking District.


  • Chuck R.

    I can’t comment much on the content of the piece —the symbols were flying by so fast. (Hmmm, maybe that alone says something about Wall Street.)

    I really enjoyed the animation and the sax though, and would hate this to get by without a comment.

  • Robert Schaad

    Some of Gary Lieb’s collaborative comic work with Doug Allen (Steven) was pretty wild too. Idiotland comes to mind.