30 Oct, 2009

New Yorker cover by Chris Ware

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For the latest edition of The New Yorker, comic book artist Chris Ware has sketched a Hallowe’en themed cover that shows a brigade of Trick-or-Treaters chaparoned by their parents. In a nice contemporary take on the subject, each mom and dad is lit by the ghostly glow of an iPhone… 

Ware’s strip, Unmasked, also features in the edition dated 2 November and can be read in its entirety (and at a decent size) over at The New Yorker website.

It’s the latest New Yorker commission for the Oak Park, Illinois-based artist who previously created four stunning covers for the magazine’s 2006 Thanksgiving edition.

Originally spotted over at MagCulture.

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