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This entry is part 24 of 28 in the series magazine covers

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Ο Adrian Tomine σκιτσάρει το εξώφυλλο του The New Yorker, παρακάτω εξηγεί..

“I think it’s kind of beautiful and hilarious to see people eating their organic kale and quinoa salads while gazing across the opaque, fetid water,” Adrian Tomine says of his cover for this week’s issue, “Gowanus Canal, Brooklyn.” “It’s strange to see the recent proliferation of health-conscious and environmentally conscious restaurants and grocery stores, right next to the piles of scrap and rubble. I guess it proves that there’s no part of the city that can’t be revitalized, recontextualized, or ruined—depending on your point of view.”

 

 

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“Memorial Plaza,” by Adrian Tomine

“When I heard that the 9/11 memorial and museum were going to be the top tourist attractions in New York this summer,” Adrian Tomine says about this week’s cover, “I first sketched only tourists going about their usual happy activities, with the memorial in the background. But when I got to the site, I instantly realized that there was a lot more to be captured—specifically, a much, much wider range of emotions and reactions, all unfolding in shockingly close proximity. I guess that’s the nature of any public space, but when you add in an element of such extreme grief and horror, the parameters shift.”

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crossroads by Adrian Tomine via:newyorker

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“Train I Ride,” an early Optic Nerve strip by Adrian Tomine
published by Black Eye Productions, November 1993.

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 Ο Adrian Tomine σχεδιάζει για το άρθρο “Online dating” , που δημοσιεύτηκε στο” The New Yorker”