I thought this was one of the funnier illustrations I've seen in a while. From this week's New Yorker's Financial Page. The article, "The Trust Crunch," discusses the lack of trust between financial institutions following the meltdown, or crash, or fracas, or whatever we're calling it.
The guy on the far side of the court looks so confused, so sad!
The artist is Christoph Niemann, who always does awesome stuff.
It's rare that something on the Financial Page makes me laugh out loud.