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The New Yorker Digital Edition : Jul 29, 1967

The New Yorker Digital Edition : Jul 29, 1967

The New Yorker Digital Edition : May 24, 1941

The New Yorker Digital Edition : May 24, 1941

The New Yorker Digital Edition : Jan 27, 1973

The New Yorker Digital Edition : Jan 27, 1973

Copertina - The New Yorker - 28 gennaio 2008 (Mark Ulriksen - "Winter Pleasures")

Copertina - The New Yorker - 28 gennaio 2008 (Mark Ulriksen - "Winter Pleasures")

November 19, 1984 - Arthur Getz

November 19, 1984 - Arthur Getz

The New Yorker. Published June 29, 1968. People read in the library. Arthur Getz.  Fluent in the visual language of both city and country, Getz’s boldly colored covers and his curvy signature soon became a recognizable part of the magazine’s image. From the late 1940s on it was not uncommon for several Getz covers to appear on the The New Yorker during a single month.

The New Yorker. Published June 29, 1968. People read in the library. Arthur Getz. Fluent in the visual language of both city and country, Getz’s boldly colored covers and his curvy signature soon became a recognizable part of the magazine’s image. From the late 1940s on it was not uncommon for several Getz covers to appear on the The New Yorker during a single month.

The New Yorker Digital Edition : Aug 05, 1961

The New Yorker Digital Edition : Aug 05, 1961

The New Yorker Digital Edition : Feb 09, 1981

The New Yorker Digital Edition : Feb 09, 1981

The New Yorker - Saturday, August 16, 1958 - Issue # 1748 - Vol. 34 - N° 26 - Cover by : Edna Eicke

The New Yorker - Saturday, August 16, 1958 - Issue # 1748 - Vol. 34 - N° 26 - Cover by : Edna Eicke

“I’d like to have thousands of millions of shoes. I love high heels even if I can only wear kitten heels. I love that object—they’re pieces of art sometimes. It can change your mood, and your way of moving—it’s fantastic.” -Ana Juan

Cover Story: I Love Shoes

“I’d like to have thousands of millions of shoes. I love high heels even if I can only wear kitten heels. I love that object—they’re pieces of art sometimes. It can change your mood, and your way of moving—it’s fantastic.” -Ana Juan

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