If you click here, you can order your own Giclee print of the cartoon from the April 9th issue of the New Yorker, which the website describes as follows:
“I say it’s government mandated broccoli and the hell with it!” A stubborn child sits with his arms crossed at the dinner table and refuses to eat his broccoli.
You can order it in a variety of sizes, matted and framed, or mounted on wood. Makes a terrific Mother’s Day gift.
(Even though the Conde Nast website allows linking its image to Facebook and linking to Twitter, I decided against uploading a copy of the cartoon for this post. I was not certain that this would be a permitted use under the site license even though I am promoting its sale from Conde Nast. Others may have a different view.)