The New Yorker


Harry Bliss' latest cover for The New Yorker magazine.

New Cover


Harry Bliss continues to contribute covers and cartoons for The New Yorker magazine. His last cover, Son of Kong, depicted King Kong’s son spraying overheated New Yorkers with a huge super soaker. The cover prompted film director, Peter Jackson (Lord of the Rings, King Kong) to contact Bliss for the purchase of the original cover art.

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