Artist, illustrator and frequent New Yorker contributor Adrian Tomine just released an incredible compilation of his comics, illustrations and sketches that highlight both the sense of loneliness/non-loneliness that comes with life in New York City. New York Drawings, his seventh book, is published by Montreal's Drawn and Quarterly press and features a decade of work from the California-born writer, now residing in Brooklyn. Tomine is wrapping-up a little tour to promote the book and will be in Berkeley, CA, at Pegasus Books on October 12; Alternative Press Expo in San Francisco on the 13th and in Los Angeles on the 14th at Skylight Books. He returns home for the Brooklyn Comics and Graphics Festival on November 10th. Here's a little taste of NYC, as seen through the eyes of Mr. Tomine.