The New Yorker’s latest cover, featuring Bashar al-Assad and Walter White, is a perfect example of the brilliance that can emerge when an artist tackles the intersection of real life and fiction.
The illustration, titled “Bad Chemistry,” was created by the legendary Barry Blitt.
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