Luke Pearson for the New Yorker


Luke Pearson seems to have grown beyond his fame as contributor to various Nobrow publications (not in the least his own Everything We Miss and Hildafolk comics).  Next week’s New Yorker magazine features a cover by his hand, which shows a slight departure from the style he’s been using this far, and positions him somewhere between Jordan Crane and Chris Ware.

I don’t think this is the last New Yorker contribution he’ll ever do.  Read what art editor Françoise Mouly has to say about it.

(Illustration © 2013 Condé Nast. All rights reserved)

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