Drawings by cartoonist Mort Gerberg have been entertaining New Yorkers for over 50 years. The native Brooklyn artist has drawn for The New Yorker, the Saturday Review, and the Huffington Post and has dozens of books.

His cartoons cover subjects from political satire and international issues, to the nuances of life as a New Yorker and even the city's transit system.  

Now, more than 100 of those cartoons are on display in a new exhibit at the New York Historical Society. 

The exhibit is up and running at the New York Historical Society from now until May 5.