Saturday, 4 February 2017

Making the cover of The New Yorker

Magazine covers of interest usually end up in Art for Art's Sake, but here the background story is even more interesting than the cover itself. Maine-based artist Abigail Gray Swartz sent a first draft of this painting to the New Yorker on a whim, and was amazed that they wanted to run a variation on it as their cover. Full story in the link. First seen here.