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Ulriksen poodle graces special New Yorker cover.

Check out The Bark’s very own Mark Ulriksen interviewed on The New Yorker blog. (We know, The New Yorker blogs! Weird.) OK, technically, the artist is not ours but we like to think of him as on loan to pubs like The New Yorker, because we’re huge fans and friends, and he loves dogs, and when we’re very lucky he creates art for us, including wonderful covers for Dog Is My Co-Pilot: Great Writers on the World’s Oldest Friendship and Howl: A Collection of the Best Contemporary Dog Wit.

Along with his fellow cover artists, Ulriksen sheds a little light on the October 12 New Yorker cover (the Money Issue)—the last of three in a series that tells a story. It should surprise no one that his cover features a pooch.

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