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This entry is part 9 of 28 in the series magazine covers

new yorker

by Peter de Sève

“It’s an unprecedentedly excellent time to drink beer in Brooklyn, as the cover suggests. Just don’t become a snob about it.” Read more about Peter de Sève’s cover for our food issue.”

” In September, the Brooklyn restaurant Luksus became the world’s first beer-focussed eatery to receive a Michelin star. A year ago, I visited the restaurant, which is in the heart of Polish Greenpoint, and loved the Nordic-influenced tasting menu. There is no wine or liquor served; instead, each course is served with a beer. For me, the most memorable was a Berliner Weisse called Justin Blåbær, which is aged in Brunello barrels and tastes like cherries and Christmas. The blueberry-and-wintergreen sorbet that accompanied it evoked a sensation of trudging through a snowy forest singing carols on a wintry night.”


The New Yorker

Posted: 12th Απρίλιος 2014 by socomic in Comic & Book Covers
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“A New Leaf,” by Peter de Sève


The New Yorker

Posted: 26th Ιανουάριος 2014 by socomic in Comic & Book Covers
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the new yorker


by Peter de Sève via:thenewyorker

Cover Story: “Putting together a cover like this is a little bit like cooking,” says Peter de Sève about his image, “Just a Pinch.” “Having the right ingredients is one thing, but knowing how much to put in is just as important. At first, I sketched a regular guy in the foreground spreading salt from a big bag, and the chef in the background adding ‘just a pinch.’ By the third sketch, it became clear to me that I didn’t need the other guy. With the right body language, the chef would say it all.”

The New Yorker

Posted: 27th Οκτώβριος 2013 by socomic in Comic & Book Covers
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Top Choice, by Peter de Sève