"All Together Now" is Chris Ware's latest cover for The New Yorker, and it offers, yet again, a pretty pitch-perfect perspective on our collective obsession with handheld tech; four years on, and we're still seeing the world through our screens. You can read more from Ware about the latest cover here. [The New Yorker]
All Together Now: Chris Ware Nails It With This New Yorker Cover
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