New Yorker cover by Chris Ware

For the latest edition of The New Yorker, comic book artist Chris Ware has sketched a Hallowe’en themed cover that shows a brigade of Trick-or-Treaters chaparoned by their parents. In a nice contemporary take on the subject, each mom and dad is lit by the ghostly glow of an iPhone

For the latest edition of The New Yorker, comic book artist Chris Ware has sketched a Hallowe’en themed cover that shows a brigade of Trick-or-Treaters chaparoned by their parents. In a nice contemporary take on the subject, each mom and dad is lit by the ghostly glow of an iPhone… 

Ware’s strip, Unmasked, also features in the edition dated 2 November and can be read in its entirety (and at a decent size) over at The New Yorker website.

It’s the latest New Yorker commission for the Oak Park, Illinois-based artist who previously created four stunning covers for the magazine’s 2006 Thanksgiving edition.

Originally spotted over at MagCulture.

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