Walrus lets readers choose cover

The Walrus wants you to choose
the cover
their annual summer reading
issue. Renown Canadian artist Seth
created 14 covers, editors have
narrowed it down to two. Readers can vote
for their favourite
– either
an umbrella-toting teen or a picnic in the shade of a grizzly – until
May 6th. Seth donated the illustrations to the Walrus Foundation, which
sell 24 limited edition signed prints

The Walrus cover options

Seth, whose real
name is Gregory Gallant, is a cartoonist, illustrator and book designer living in
Guelph, Ontario. His work has appeared on the cover of The New Yorker three times. He
writes and draws the comic Pallokaville. He also designed the 25-volume series The Complete Peanuts,
the entire collection of Charles M. Schulz’s beloved comic strip. Recent work includes
graphic novel The Collected Doug Wright and Greoge Sprott (1894-1975),
which has been nominated for both a Reuben Award and a Doug Wright Award.