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R Crumb’s Rejected Same Sex Marriage Cover

VICE Magazine’s Juliette Eisner contacted me to tell me about an illustration on the topic of same sex marriage by alt indy comics creator R Crumb that was designed for and rejected by the New Yorker. Writer Nadja Sayej discusses with the artist the story surrounding his rejected cover.  Thanks to Ms Eisner for a copy of the cover image to make you curious! Read Sayej’s interview here!

VICE was launched in 1994 as a small punk zine in Montreal and has since grown into a global media juggernaut that includes VICE.COM, VICE Magazine, VICE Music, VICE Films, VICE Books and VIRTUE Worldwide. VICE is the first-ever free worldwide youth-culture monthly, with international editions in 27 countries and a global circulation of over 1.1 million readers. VICE has repeatedly topped the Cassandra Report’s “trendsetter publications” poll and has been lauded by scores of outlets including the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Rolling Stone, CNN, and ABC

 

March 7, 2015
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