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This entry is part 20 of 28 in the series magazine covers


“Suiting Up”  by Mark Ulriksen more here


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Posted: 7th February 2015 by socomic in Comic & Book Covers
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This entry is part 17 of 28 in the series magazine covers



A Walk in the Snow by Mark Ulriksen

The snowfall last week may have fallen short of the “storm of the century” or “snowmageddon” predictions,  at least in New York City, but for city dwellers and their canine companions it was enough for a snow day, as portrayed in this week’s cover, by Mark Ulriksen.

In his recently published book, “Dogs Rule Nonchalantly,” Ulriksen explains his predilection for painting man’s best friend: “Dogs give you their undivided attention,” he writes. “They watch your every gesture, read your every emotion, listen attentively to every word you say—until they hear the rustle of a bag of chips being opened.” Or, in the winter after a snowstorm, until you open the door to go outside.



The New Yorker

Posted: 23rd July 2014 by socomic in Comic & Book Covers
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Coney Island by Mark Ulriksen

” Around here, one rarely goes to the beach in the summer because it’s so foggy, windy, and cold. You’d never go in the water unless you’re wearing a wet suit. Even though I ride my bike there all of the time, the beach is not a summer destination—it’s more of an end-of-the-line type of destination, better suited for flying a kite or walking a dog than catching rays. But, if you live in New York, Coney Island is the place to go when the weather is hot.”




The New Yorker

Posted: 17th October 2013 by socomic in Comic & Book Covers
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