Card (The New Yorker): Drew me to Vinyl
In 1925, Harold Ross established The New Yorker as a lighthearted, Manhattan-centric magazine—a “fifteen-cent comic paper,” he called it. Today The New Yorker is considered by many to be the most influential magazine in the world, renowned for its in-depth reporting, political and cultural commentary, fiction, poetry, and humor. The New Yorker now has a vast range of products including cards, magazines, puzzles and more. Their products designs include prints of past magazine covers and comic sketches.
Quote: "The two things that really drew me to vinyl were the expense and the inconvenience".
- Card size 12.7 x 17.8cm
- Blank Inside
- Cello Wrapped
- Cerulean blue envelope
- Eco Friendly