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The cover for the New Yorker magazine’s first issue of the year was created by none other than my personal favorite Adrian Tomine. It focuses on the weird, international trend of solidifying your love for one another by fixing a … Continue reading
Like he did a few times in the past, Adrian Tomine provides the cover for the 12th issue of the Japanese literary journal, In The City. (via Adrian Tomine News)
Leave it to Adrian Tomine to aptly trap any well-thinking individual’s ambivalent views on the 9/11 memorial in New York City on the cover of the July 7th New Yorker magazine. On the one hand, it is an impressive work of … Continue reading
Adrian Tomine, New Yorker Magazine, Cover — ordinarily, that’s really all you need to know. Except that this one has a nice topical twist to it, as it features current-but-not-future New York mayor Michael Bloomberg looking sorrowful to an equally … Continue reading
Earlier this week Adrian Tomine provided the illustration to a New York Times review of David Gilbert’s novel “& Sons”. (Thanks to Mike)
This beautiful and very atmospheric illustration by Adrian Tomine appeared in the April 15, 2013 issue of The New Yorker. It accompanied a review of the new Terrence Malick film, To the Wonder.