Jean-Jacques Sempé is retiring. The Paris-based French cartoonist, 84, announced he would no longer grace the New Yorker‘s covers with his spirited drawings, ending a 38-year-long collaboration with the American weekly magazine.
Sempé, the Last Cover
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