Tuesday, May 8, 2012

Shameless Self Promotion, Part 73




















The New Yorker has apparently sent out a little email blast with a link to a page spotlighting my work and  providing an opportunity to purchase prints of many ( but apparently not all) of my covers. So why not post it HERE, too?

11 comments:

  1. Lordy!
    It's like trying to choose from a box of luscious chocolates.

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  2. Wow - very cool stuff!
    Stay inspired!

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  3. Very Cool! Been a subscriber to the magazine for years and always loved the covers!

    Is that your dog? What kind of dog is it? I have a Border Collie/Weimaraner and he looks exactly the same as the dog in the picture.

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  4. Dear Peter, I finally have discovered the man behind the lanternfish, the ice-age squirrel and so many other animals I love :) your art is a big inspiration and whenever I need a smile or a laugh, I just take a look at your illustrations! I love this cover, your dog's slightly embarrassed look too. I find it so sweet that you dare to share your doubts concerning your (great) work, which makes you and your pets even more likeable! Greetings from Paris, Andrea

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  5. Glad you posted the link, Peter!
    Many great images I haven't seen —even after buying and reading "A Sketchy Past".

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  6. Your stuff are really great.

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  7. Nothing shameless about great accomplishments Peter. Congrats some more!

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  8. why not indeed; it looks pretty amazing, to see it all on the one page. i have a bit of a crush on the print "the man waiting outside for his dog”. Totally hilarious.

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  9. I have been surfing online more than 3 hours these days, yet I by no means found any attention-grabbing article like yours. It is beautiful value enough for me. In my opinion, if all web owners and bloggers made good content as you did, the web will probably be a lot more useful than ever before.

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