The New Yorker

Posted: 6th February 2014 by socomic in Comic & Book Covers
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“Snow is inherently nostalgic. It encourages you to travel back and think about your life. I think it’s something about the way it blankets reality, sort of erasing the present one dead pixel at a time. And that makes room for the past,” says Tomer Hanuka, about his image “Perfect Storm.”

by Tomer Hanuka via:newyorker