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The Last Words on Earth

The New Yorker - Monday, February 2004 - Issue # 4063 - Vol. 79 - N° 46 - Cover “Code Red” by David Macaulay

"Just a pinch" A Sketchy Past, The Art of Peter de Sève

Jean-Jacques Sempé / Just a Pinch - The New Yorker Cover, January 2014 Poster Print by Peter de Sève at the Condé Nast Collection on imgfave

“Every time I come out of Penn Station,” David Macaulay said, “I look at that post office with the wonderful phrase ‘Neither snow nor rain nor heat…

The Rise and Fall of the U.S. Postal Service in Fourteen New Yorker Covers

The New Yorker - Monday, November 22, 2004 - Issue # 4099 - Vol. 80 - N° 36 - Cover “Wrong Floor” by Ian Falconer

The New Yorker - Monday, November 2004 - Issue # 4099 - Vol. 80 - N° 36 - Cover “Wrong Floor” by Ian Falconer

Françoise Mouly presents this week’s New Yorker cover, “Love Locks,” by Adrian Tomine, which illustrates displays of affection on the Brooklyn Bridge.

Copertina - The New Yorker - 6 maggio 1972 (Ronald Searle)

Ursula K. Le Guin on Aging and Artwork by Ronald Searle from ‘The Big New Yorker Book of Cats.’ What Beauty Really Means – Brain Pickings

The New Yorker, Cover Design, Magazine Covers, Jacques, October, Nyc, New York City

Saul's New Yorker

The New Yorker - Monday, March 2004 - Issue # 4066 - Vol. 80 - N° 3 - Cover “Dictators ?” by Saul Steinberg

Femme au cadre noir

Malika Favre is a French artist based in London. Her bold, minimal style — often described as Pop Art meets Op Art — is a striking study in the use of color, and positive and negative space.

The New Yorker - Monday, September 6, 2004 - Issue # 4088 - Vol. 80 - N° 25 - « The Food Issue » - Cover “Trunk Show” by Peter de Sève

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