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New Yorker Artist Could Always Moonlight as Interior Designer

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Martin Schneider writes:

New Yorker cover illustrator (and Twitterer) Bob Staake has posted a pictorial tour of his studio. He seems to have designed it with an eye toward convincing intelligent children (or humans of any age) that previous decades were waaaay more fun than today. Staake has a keen eye for old-timey bric-a-brac, which makes it just completely delightful. Go have a look.

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