The cover of The New Yorker for April 18, 2011 is a spring postcard, sent from Italy or France by Loustal. The French designer seeks inspiration in a Mediterranean landscape, so far from the city. Jacques de Loustal has collaborated on Rock & Folk, Métal Hurlant and To follow. He has also adapted books by Dennis Lehane, Jerome Charyn and Tonino Benacquista into comics.
The 30x40 cm prints are presented under masterpieces. The dimensions indicated include the creation as well as the master key.
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