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moth:

The Year That Never Was: Illustrator Tomer Hanuka has published some of his rejected New Yorker cover ideas for 2010, some of which went as far as a final without publishing. 

These are amazing.

moth:

The Year That Never Was: Illustrator Tomer Hanuka has published some of his rejected New Yorker cover ideas for 2010, some of which went as far as a final without publishing. 

These are amazing.

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    one of the top 5 reasons I hate winter is knowing how much more bearable it is when waking up like this happens....
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    By the time the weather is like that again, I think I’d like to have something like this in my life.
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    The Year That Never Was: Illustrator Tomer Hanuka’s rejected New Yorker cover.
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    The radiator is wondering why it was rejected as a cover for Da Noo Yoiker.
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    be gone you dirty snow.
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