The New Yorker

The New Yorker Cover – May 28, 2012, by Mark Ulriksen

“I was walking my dog in the park, thinking about graduation—just that whole notion of a big crowd of people all faced with the same situation, all these graduates going out in the world now, at the same time,” says Mark Ulriksen, the artist behind “Adrift.” “And I was thinking, ‘What other kinds of big crowds do you see getting together all with the same purpose?’ Penguins. And they’re adrift, just like these kids.”

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