Dimensions: 11" x 14"
This is a parody illustration of the famous New Yorker cover by Saul Steinberg, "New York to New Yorkers." I've always loved and admired the illustrations in that magazine, and this is a tribute.
Printed on heavyweight 80# acid-free paper. Shipped flat in a cellophane sleeve, sandwiched between two backing boards, and placed in a hard-document mailer.
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