Chris Ware's Depressing Cover For The New Yorker

Posted by Grey Monday, October 11, 2010

As if you need a little additional dosage of the regular Monday Blues.

Chris Ware, renowned for his multi-award-winning (Harvey, Eisner, you named it) Acme Novelty Library series, takes on the cover artist job for this month's The New Yorker.

As indicated by his Wikipedia entry, his works explore themes of social isolation, emotional torment and depression. And it certainly shows, in this melancholic piece reflecting the persistent economic depression times we are in.

A depart from his earlier comparably bubbly yet cynical work.

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