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This entry is part 21 of 80 in the series Αντιτουριστικός οδηγός

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Αντιτουριστικός Οδηγός #21 : Μετς
Κάθε Δευτέρα και Τρίτη ο Pan Pan μέσα από τον Αντιτουριστικό οδηγό, μας μεταφέρει μια διαφορετική ατμόσφαιρα της πόλης.

The New Yorker

Posted: 10th Οκτώβριος 2014 by socomic in Comic & Book Covers
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This entry is part 7 of 28 in the series magazine covers

 

 

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“Mom & Pop Mega Superstore”by Bruce McCall

“Everything that I knew in 1964 is gone,” says this week’s cover artist, Bruce McCall, who came to New York from Canada that year. “I realize there’s a natural cycle. Nothing lasts more than thirty years. No shop, no franchise, even, ever stays more than thirty years. It all just keeps flipping over all the time.

“What’s going on in New York today, and I guess in most cities—the turnover of small parcels of property to big megastores and apartment buildings with large chain stores—it leaves you feeling very nostalgic. The restaurants I went to, the dry cleaner, the bank, the greasy spoons—they’re all different now. I lived on East Seventy-first Street for my first three years in Manhattan. Now a lot of the old brownstones there have been torn down, and they’re huge apartment buildings. You can’t live in this city anymore unless you’re a millionaire.”

This entry is part 5 of 28 in the series magazine covers

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“Fifty-ninth Street Bridge,” by Eric Drooker via:newyorker

” Outside of New York, people are utterly dependent on cars to get anywhere at all,” Eric Drooker, the artist behind this week’s cover, “Fifty-ninth Street Bridge,” says. “No doubt the romantic lives of Americans are totally wrapped up in automobiles,” he adds. “But, as a native New Yorker, my experience has always been gloriously different. Instead of making out in the back seats of cars, I came of age making out on fire escapes, down in the subway, up on rooftops, and on bridges.”

This entry is part 36 of 174 in the series Socomic covers

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Το σημερινό εξώφυλλο του SoComic.gr είναι σχεδιασμένο από τον Νεκτάριο Σταματόπουλο…δείτε πού είναι βασισμένο το σχέδιο…

“Το εξώφυλλο αποτελεί μία εικόνα απο τις βόλτες μου στην πόλη κατα τις οποίες δημιουργώ εικόνες για ενα προσωπικο ημεροδρομολόγιο, μια ψυχογεωγραφική διαδρομή…”

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by Beth Evans

melbourne city 1 by Matte Stephens via:matteart

από τον Tomek

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