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The Greatness of Art Spiegelman's 'New Yorker' Cover Art

Art Spiegelman's groundbreaking, Pulitzer Prize-winning 1991 masterpiece Maus is the reason why graphic novels like The Watchmen, Persepolis, and Ghost World are talked about today in the same brea...
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    The New Yorker Magazine cover by Art Spiegelman / February 1993

  • Salim Mohamed

    Art Spiegelman's somewhat controversial 1993 Valentine’s Day cover for The New Yorker, a response to the Crown Heights riots.

  • A J

    A Humble Professor — Here is the first cover Art Spiegelman did, for a Valentines Day issue in 1991. It was a reference to the Crown Heights Riot, turmoil lead by racially and antisemitic conflicts between Hasidic Jews and African Americans in Brooklyn, New York. It was Spiegelman’s extremely blunt way of asking for peace between the rioting groups.

  • McMURRY/TMG

    Happy Valentine's Day! The New Yorker, February 15, 1993. Illustration: Art Spiegelman.

  • Quentin Che

    Another New Yorker's cover. Of Mice and Politics: Celebrating the Work of Art Spiegelman:The somewhat controversial 1993 Valentine’s Day cover for The New Yorker, a response to the Crown Heights riots.

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