Elegant page turner with a split profile, for the cover of the New Yorker summer drama issue, published on June 6, 1996, and designed by French artist Malika Favre. Minimalism and sophistication. Under a large black hat, the reader calls out with her soft gaze emerging from the shadows, the reader of the magazine. Malika Favre has lived in London for 15 years, she has worked for Vogue, Vanity Fair, Gucci…
The 30x40 cm prints are presented under masterpieces. The dimensions indicated include the creation as well as the master key.
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