Re-enacting this scene will be a holiday tradition in my family for years to come. Well that and turkey obviously.
The cover of the July edition of The New Yorker features an illustration from Bob Staake depicting the gulf oil spill in the style of M.C. Escher. View Image ›
The June 1st New Yorker cover was finger-painted by artist Jorge Colombo using the Brushes app on his iPhone. Overall it took him just an hour to draw the scene outside Madame Tussaud’s Wax Museum in Times Square, and for the process nuts, there’s a corresponding video that shows every streak - from start to finish. View Image ›