☛ The New Yorker: “March to April”, cover art by Saul Steinberg, March 26, 1966. © Condé Nast. This illustration is not the only one Steinberg did on the theme of seasonal transition. Two years later, in 1968, he created an illustration about the transition from February to March (see previously here: “February to March” […]
☛ Pace Gallery: “February to March” by Saul Steinberg, colored pencil, graphite, ink and watercolor on paper, 21-1/2″ x 14-3/4″ (54.6 cm x 37.5 cm), 1968. © The Saul Steinberg Foundation. Although this illustration was created in 1968, a search through The New Yorker’s archive seems to indicate that it was first published in the […]
☛ The New Yorker: “Spring Is in the Air” by Istvan Banyai, May 6, 2002. © Condé Nast. Istvan Banyai was born in Budapest (Hungary) in 1949 and moved to the United-States in the mid-1980s. Aside forThe New Yorker he also produces illustrations for Atlantic Monthly, Time, Playboy, and Rolling Stone. The easiest way to […]
☛ The New Yorker: “Dark Spring” cover by Christoph Niemann, March 28th, 2011. © Condé Nast, 2011. See the cover on Christoph Niemann official website.