mercoledì 25 ottobre 2006



The New Yorker ha vinto il premio della Magazine Publisher of America per la migliore copertina. Chi altri poteva vincerlo.

"The ineptness of the response by FEMA and the U.S. government after Hurricane Katrina was an outrage to everyone who watched it unfold. The images of bodies floating unclaimed in murky waters were clear signs of the lack of care and empathy by those at the top of the government. In his cover, "Deluged," Barry Blitt turns the tables on the situation. As the Oval Office is slowly submerged, the reader gets a release that goes beyond the first laugh and unleashes the floodgates of the nation's collective anger."

2006 Best Cover Winner and Finalists .

2 commenti:

  1. Te l'ho copiato. Ma almeno il nome dell'illustratore dovevi scriverlo...

  2. Ciao Rudi, si che c'e' scritto, e' Barry Blitt !