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Tag Archives: New Yorker
The title says it all : the current issue of the New Yorker Magazine features a comic on the cover, created by Dutch clear line guru Joost Swarte. Just in time for my birthday 😉
With Halloween just around the corner, it’s only fitting that The New Yorker magazine included a strip by Chris Ware on the subject of hiding, masks and disguises in its annual Cartoon Issue. You can read the whole four-page piece … Continue reading
Flemish illustrator Jan Van Der Veken will be doing the cover to the January 11, 2010 issue of The New Yorker. Last week he announced on his Facebook page that his design had been approved, but this morning Flemish comics … Continue reading
The French Post Office announced a new set of stamps yesterday featuring illustrations from the well-loved Petit Nicolas books by author and comic writer René Goscinny and cartoonist Jean-Jacques Sempé. The stamps were launched to coincide with the premiere of … Continue reading
Cartoonists’ work appears on magazine covers all over the place these days. Case in point : Chris Ware for Granta 108 (above), Jen Sorensen for the University Of Virginia Magazine‘s Fall 2009 issue and Ivan Brunetti for the New Yorker, … Continue reading
The June, 8 issue of the New Yorker contains an excerpt from R. Crumb’s long-awaited new book, an illustrated version of the Bible, with an introduction by Françoise Mouly. The story is the well-known tale of how God created heaven … Continue reading
Coinciding with his wonderful cover from this week’s issue of The New Yorker (above), Leigh Stein of the New Yorker Books blog gives a sneak peak of the new book Dan Clowes is currently working on : Each page of … Continue reading
The most recent recruit of the ever-expanding legion of blogging cartoonists is none other than Adrian Tomine. For a few weeks now he’s been keeping us up to date of his many projects, including illustration jobs like the one above, … Continue reading
French ligne claire genius Floc’h illustrating a story by Haruki Murakami in the New Yorker, May 2, 2005. (for Basil at L’Homme Dans La Foule)
From the pages of the May 5th issue of The New Yorker comes this illustration by Adrian Tomine. Great as always.