Easter At The New Yorker

…by Abe Birnbaum for The New Yorker

abe birnbaum april 12 1952 new yorker cover

Kathy Osborne…

kathy osborn, new yorker, april 5, 2010

Arthur Getz

arthur getz, april 16, 1949 new yorker cover

Charles E. Martin

charles e.martin, april 13, 1968 new yorker cover

charles-e-martin-the-new-yorker-cover-april-13-1963

Laura Jean Allen

laura jean allen, april 25, 1970 new yorker cover

William Cotton

william cotton, mar 1940 new yorker cover

Frank Modell

frank modell, april 5, 1969 new yorker cover

Roz Chast

roz chast new yorker cover april 12, 2004

Art Spiegelman

art spiegelman, new yorker cover mar 31 1997

Ilonka Karasz

ilonka karasz, april 22, 1950, new yorker cover, easter egg huntand Maira Kalman

maira kalman, ne wyorker cover mar 26, 2012

maira kalmon new yorker cover, april 8, 1996…and see my previous post on Easter Bonnets here

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The Oldest Living Things In The World

For the past ten years photographer Rachel Sussman has been researching, working with biologists and travelling the world to find, identify and then photograph some of the earth’s oldest continuous living organisms (2,000 years and older), and has compiled those photographs into a book, ‘The Oldest Living Things in The World’

Oldest Living Things In the World from Deepspeed media on Vimeo.

… Sussman’s 2010 TED Talk

…Sussman was just named a 2014 Guggenheim Fellow. Thanks ThisIsColossal

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