I began by saying how interesting the work this week was, graphically. For example, there’s a big difference, style-wise, between Joe Duffy’s drawing (Tunnel Of Laundry on page 30) and Jeremy Nguyen’s (the scarecrow drawing on page 29), just as there’s a huge difference between Suerynn Lee’s drawing (page 36) and Karl Stevens’ (page 40). This is all a good thing. If you are a New Yorker
subscriber (or if you have access to print back issues) you can access any of the magazine’s issues, beginning with its first in February of 1925. Select a random issue and dive in. You’ll find that the art is wildly different (style-wise). As I’ve mentioned before, that variety is one of The New Yorker
‘s not-so-secret secret ingredients.