The New Yorker Magazine cover, June More interested in books than in radio or city. // by Adrian Tomine
The New Yorker. Cover June Adrian Tomine A woman reads on a sightseeing bus. Human contacts have been so highly valued in the past only because reading was not a common accomplishment…. The world, you must remembe
Artist, illustrator and frequent New Yorker contributor Adrian Tomine just released an incredible compilation of his comics, illustrations and sketches that highlight both the sense of loneliness/non-loneliness that comes with life in New York City.
Official site for cartoonist and illustrator Adrian Tomine, including original art for sale, illustration samples, bibliography, and contact information.
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The New Yorker - Monday, March 2014 - Issue # 4536 - Vol. 90 - N° 4 - Cover “Straphangers” by "Liniers" - Ricardo Siri
This cover of the New Yorker was illustrated by none other than Liniers, the Argentinean comic artist whose popular daily strips have been translated into English for the first time in Macanudo a title to be published by Enchanted Lion Books this June!
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New Yorker- Growing Up With A Deaf Mother Who Never Learned Sign Language- March
The New Yorker Cover - March 17, 2014 Poster Print by Ricardo Liniers at the Condé Nast Collection
Peter de Sève The New Yorker cover November 3 2014 "Hip Hops"
newyorker: ““It’s an unprecedentedly excellent time to drink beer in Brooklyn, as the cover suggests.” Read more about Peter de Sève’s cover for our food issue.
Meet Peter De Sève, one of our IAMAG Master Classes Speakers, an American artist who has worked in the illustration and animation fields.
If you haven’t seen it yet, the cover of The New Yorker’s food issue (November puts craft beer into focus. The artwork portrays craft beer in a snobbish light, a bit like its alcoholic counterpart, wine. Needless to say, Continue Reading →
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The November cover of The New Yorker features the wonderful illustration “Undeterred” by Adrian Tomine, depicting an intrepid New Yorker trying to find his polling place in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy.
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Cat's Eye View is an exciting 1000 piece jigsaw puzzle featuring an iconic New Yorker magazine cover from March The subject of the picture is a small back cat sitting in a chair who seems to be peacefully observing the city in front of him.
Purchase a cover of The New Yorker magazine from March as a canvas print, framed print, greeting card, tote bag, and more.
Jean-Jacques Sempé Poster at the Condé Nast Collection
The New Yorker Cover - March 1, 1982 Poster Print by Jean-Jacques Sempé at the Condé Nast Collection
You can’t go a day in New York without seeing something really weird. Illustrator Bruce McCall takes that one step further with his playful New Yorker covers.
Bruce McCall paints a retro-future that never happened -- full of flying cars, polo-playing tanks and the RMS Tyrannic, "The Biggest Thing in All the World." At Serious Play he narrates a brisk and funny slideshow of his faux-nostalgic art.
The Flatiron Building is the latest New York City landmark to feature on our cover.
So many layers of meaning, including a riff on the debated iPhone holiday ad, in this New Yorker cover by the one and only Chris Ware, who i.
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nevver: “Chris Ware, The New Yorker ” I love Chris Ware covers. There’s always a touch of melancholy in them, someone longing for a connection or longing to be left alone. When it’s a Chris Ware.
The New Yorker revealed its first cover of 2014 on Monday. The cover, entitled, "All Together Now," illustrates an audience of parents filming their children at a school play using various digital devices:
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「Bruce McCall's "Moving Day" sees the New Yorker moving on to pastures new, Feb bids farewell to 4 Times Square
The New Yorker - Monday, February 2015 - Issue # 4580 - Vol. 90 - N° 46 - Cover “Moving Day” by Bruce McCall
The artist Bruce McCall pictures what it felt like to pack boxes while we were finishing the last New Yorker issue in 4 Times Square.
The New Yorker marks its move downtown to join the rest of Condé Nast at their new 1 World Trade Centre HQ with this cover depicting mascot Eustace Tilley escorting a truck of deskbound staff through a message-laden Times Square.
Todays cover The New Yorker, artwork Ricardo Liniers read here more about this cover. Art Editor Françoise Mouly (read here about her book ‘Blown Covers’ New Yorker Covers You Were Never Meant to See) Creative director Wyatt Mitchell 13
The New Yorker - Monday, March 2015 - Issue # 4587 - Vol. 91 - N° 4 - Cover “Hipster Stole” by "Liniers" - Ricardo Siri
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The New York Times (Mar. 16, 2015) / by Ricardo Liniers