Untitled, New Yorker cover image
William Joyce's illustrations have graced numerous "New Yorker" magazine covers. Joyce's illustrations, done in a variety of media that include watercolor, oil, acrylic, pen and ink, colored pencils and computer graphics, not only enhance his stories but also help to tell them through color, shape, and texture.
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