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This cover from July 9th, 1982 was designed by Arthur Getz. Prolific American artist, he made between 1938 and 1988 more than 200 covers for The New Yorker. On this illustration, the delicate curve of a white sailboat in New York's Upper Bay contrasts with the height of the buildings in Lower Manhattan dominated by the twin towers.

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After Paris, New York is the city of predilection for Jean-Jacques Sempé's drawings. Unique for a Frenchman, he drew 101 covers of The New Yorker, fulfilling his teenage dream. Who can capture the poetry and irony of the megalopolis with such subtlety, if not this detail artist with a humorous look? With Sempé New York is a festival of colors and styles, through its communities, its rites and its incessant movement.