Music in the New Yorker


The One That Is Not Mentioned sent me a few nice examples of music-themed illustrations that appeared in the New Yorker last year. At the very least, this introduced me to the work of two illustrators that I wasn’t aware of before. The lively arts houses above are by Brazilian illustrator Fido Nesti and were published in the June 4 issue. The images below were created by Dan “Ghostshrimp” James and appeared in the April 2 and May 28 issue respectively. Neat !



By the way, I happened to see the Dirty Dozen Brass Band perform live last year, and they truly blew the roof off the house. Highly recommended !

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