Friday, June 08, 2007

Tomine on The New Yorker

I don't know how many of you read The New Yorker, but this week's cover was done by one of my favorite artists, Adrian Tomine. Tomine produces one of the best comic books around for Drawn & Quarterly Publishing called Optic Nerve. His much awaited graphic novel (at least by me) called Shortcomings.

A note on the cover: A blogger analyzed the illustration, as well as the book the girl is reading, and put together a cool post here.

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