I know, I know, I wrote something about New York yesterday. But I just saw this in my daily Fast Co Create email, and had to share. There’s a new book out called Blown Covers: New Yorker Covers You Were Never Meant to See. The book was compiled by the New Yorker’s art director, Francoise Mouly, and features some covers that were never published (and never seen, not even on Mouly’s blog, also called Blown Covers). I like Mouly’s commentary on the covers, and her explanation why a cover didn’t work. Apparently that commentary is in the book too. Neat.
[via Fast Co Create]