Saturday, September 23, 2006

Happy Fall!

Happy autumn equinox!

This Christoph Niemann New Yorker cover is a year old...It made a huge impression on me. It’s such a sweet ode to urban fall.


ArtCritic said...

New Yorker covers are exceptional for the most part, and the magazine deserves credit for being one of the few major weekly publications still using cover illustration. However, they seldom venture beyond their same small stable of artists. What's the deal?

Irene Gallo said...

Well, for that you'll have to ask Francoise Mouly.

I got to see an exhibit at the Rockwell museum last year showing paintings from 80 years of The New Yorker, including the very first Eustace. It was a fantastic show....The tone of the magazine seems very consistent even throughout decades.

There is an interesting thread on showing one artist's cover rejects:

Anonymous said...

Once I played Rom, I did not know how to get strong, someone told me that you must have Rom Gold. He gave me some Runes of Magic Gold, he said that I could buy Rom Gold, but I did not have money, then I played it all my spare time. From then on, I got some Runes of Magic money, if I did not continue to play it, I can sell cheap Runes of Magic Gold to anyone who want.

Anonymous said...

Later my friends told me that if I want to play the game better I should go to earn the Perfect World Gold, so I was very quickly risen to thirty levels, and then I started to play the game alone.I go to Buy Perfect World Gold to treat myself in this game. However she was also very sad when I was hurt, she was sorry about this to me and I did not complain her at last. I was very happy and we went to earn the Perfect World Silver to equip us to become strong. Today I play the game again and I can get a lot of Perfect World money for her, I take her to upgrade and then add her experience. I have a lot of cheap Perfect World Gold and I want to give her in the game, i can have a lot of pw gold if my skills of playing the game well.