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Bob Staake, “Reflection”-Illustration for The New Yorker
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Inge Look
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but is it mail art?
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A native of Wyoming, the Jackalope has never been captured alive. It can only be hunted on June 31st between sunrise and sunset. It mimics noises, especially the human voice and runs at lightning speed; therefore, the jackalope is seldom seen. Some folks drink JAckalope milk to cure eccentricities. Best time to milk a Jackalope is after midnight as it sleeps on its back, belly shining in the moonlight.This description was too wonderful not to share.
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Cover by Theodore G Haupt for THe New Yorker, June 6, 1931
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Vincent van Gogh - Garden in Montmartre with lovers
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william steig- the new yorker cover.june 18, 1960
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