Collection: Framed Wall Art - Illustrators at The New Yorker

Free US Delivery - These glossy metal canvas pieces look so incredible... that we don't think you need to frame them.  That's what makes them extra unique. 

Two incredible illustrators with two incredible collections.

Let's please start with the illustrator of each page of the book

"All I Need To Know I Learned From My College Bar"    

1) Antonio Pinna - Antonio’s style is pop, with a strong line and a touch of irony. The simplicity of his illustrations lends itself to different applications, various techniques... and belly laughs.  

Some of his clients include: The New Yorker, The New York Times, Penguin and soooo many more!

These are just a few of the writer & illustrator's favorite black & white pages from the best-selling college survival guide and life-wisdom book: 

"All I Need To Know I Learned From My College Bar" 

Written by Adam Lorenzo. A television-movie comedy writer.

This funny "smart art" is perfect for your office, living room, home bar, man cave, woman cave, house in the hills, penthouse in the city, barn in the country, eco-friendly pad in Palm Springs, or college dorm. 

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Only sold here and in limited quantities. These pieces of black & white art, starting with size 8" x 10" won't last long.  Next...  

2) Additional limited art pieces by Brooke Bourgeois, a spectacular one-of-a-kind  cartoonist at the world-famous The New Yorker magazine. 

Brooke's art pieces are based on a comic strip that's being taken to market by Brooke Bourgeois and Adam Lorenzo. 

There's a few extra-rare color pieces in here too.  

We are so proud of this project!

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