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Woman reading The Making of the Modern Mind on the Bronx local subway. The New Yorker. Published March The Making of the Modern Mind. A Survey of the Intellectual Background of.

Portada de la revista The New Yorker de noviembre de 2013, despidiendo al Alcalde Bloomberg. El Alcalde salubrista...

Portada de la revista The New Yorker de noviembre de 2013, despidiendo al Alcalde Bloomberg. El Alcalde salubrista...

You probably don't know the name Joseph Farris (above), but you likely know his work. The illustrator has published more than 10,000 cartoons in various publications, most notably drawing cartoons and covers for the The New Yorker, which he's been doing regualarly since 1957. A favorite—if infrequent—subject of his drawings is the environment. As a longtime conservationist, Farris has tried to champion environmental issues, including installing solar panels on his house. But, he says, his…

Laughing at the Environment

You probably don't know the name Joseph Farris (above), but you likely know his work. The illustrator has published more than 10,000 cartoons in various publications, most notably drawing cartoons and covers for the The New Yorker, which he's been doing regualarly since 1957. A favorite—if infrequent—subject of his drawings is the environment. As a longtime conservationist, Farris has tried to champion environmental issues, including installing solar panels on his house. But, he says, his…

newyorker:            “When I visited New York, one of my favorite things to do was to explore the various flea markets,” says Birgit Schössow, the German artist behind this week’s cover, “City Flair.” “And in the last few years, I’ve even ordered some beautiful costumes and dresses from the forties and fifties from New York’s vintage shops online. These little works of art are simply beautiful to look at from time to time, and to wear every now and then. There’s so much history in a…

newyorker: “When I visited New York, one of my favorite things to do was to explore the various flea markets,” says Birgit Schössow, the German artist behind this week’s cover, “City Flair.” “And in the last few years, I’ve even ordered some beautiful costumes and dresses from the forties and fifties from New York’s vintage shops online. These little works of art are simply beautiful to look at from time to time, and to wear every now and then. There’s so much history in a…

The New Yorker - Monday, July 14, 1980 - Issue # 2891 - Vol. 56 - N° 21 - Cover by : Gretchen Dow Simpson

The New Yorker - Monday, July 14, 1980 - Issue # 2891 - Vol. 56 - N° 21 - Cover by : Gretchen Dow Simpson

While Steinberg trained as an architect, he is best known for his satirical cartoons in The New Yorker. He began drawing shortly after enrolling in college and had his first cartoon published in The New Yorker in 1941, and even after joining the US Navy in 1943 he continued sending in cartoons from his various stations across Europe. Over the span of his career he illustrated 85 covers and had 642 illustrations published in The New Yorker. During the 1950s, he was also busy designing…

While Steinberg trained as an architect, he is best known for his satirical cartoons in The New Yorker. He began drawing shortly after enrolling in college and had his first cartoon published in The New Yorker in 1941, and even after joining the US Navy in 1943 he continued sending in cartoons from his various stations across Europe. Over the span of his career he illustrated 85 covers and had 642 illustrations published in The New Yorker. During the 1950s, he was also busy designing…

Youth In Decline’s Frontier Magazine has become an impressive little art magazine showcasing various comics notables....Frontier #4: Ping Zhu: April/May 2014 -- A monograph featuring new work of Brooklyn illustrator Ping Zhu! Ping is an extremely talented and versatile illustrator with an astounding sense of color and figures, as well as the creator of Ugly Drawings Tumblr. Her illustrations and paintings have been seen in the New York Times, New Yorker, Pushkin Press, and Nobrow Press.

Youth In Decline’s Frontier Magazine has become an impressive little art magazine showcasing various comics notables....Frontier #4: Ping Zhu: April/May 2014 -- A monograph featuring new work of Brooklyn illustrator Ping Zhu! Ping is an extremely talented and versatile illustrator with an astounding sense of color and figures, as well as the creator of Ugly Drawings Tumblr. Her illustrations and paintings have been seen in the New York Times, New Yorker, Pushkin Press, and Nobrow Press.

New Yorker 1985 - The year my oldest dear son was born.  This board is for him.  I love you, Andrew. Love, Mom

New Yorker 1985 - The year my oldest dear son was born. This board is for him. I love you, Andrew. Love, Mom

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