The New Yorker magazine is known for its stunning and sometimes polemic covers, and native New Yorker Eric Drooker is part the talented group of illustrators and painters that collaborate for the publication. This award-winning author and animation designer has a mesmerizing painting portfolio worth appearing on any front page.
Drooker's paintings frequently grace the covers of the New Yorker because they embody the kind of art and style the magazine is recognized for. His pieces shine because of their magnificent range of color and level of detail. Bold and vibrant tonalities makes these drawings attractive and authentic. Additionally, most of these paintings show New York City under a new different light, making these covers meaningful and perfect for the publication.
For a good combination of art, literature and culture, the New Yorker magazine has it all, especially if it comes accompanied by one of Eric Drooker covers.
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Radiant Rainbow-Colored Renderings
Cute Cartoony Cartography
Geometric Animal Illustrations
Comically Artistic Traffic Signs