Look, some Monday mornings you get up, you have to take the bus because your bike is all messed up, and there's a guy on the bus yelling at everyone because "phones aren't knowledge" but then you get into work and there it is - an interview with Adrian Tomine at the New Yorker because he's gone and captured the essence of another New York moment. Perhaps even the zeitgeist of memorial sites in general. Adrian's cover for the New Yorker this week visits the 9/11 memorial and museum. Hear about it from the man himself here.
Submitted by Julia Pohl-Miranda on Monday, June 30, 2014 - 10:31am.