Straight for the art | Seth's <i>New York Times</i> ghost story illustrations

Lately, acclaimed cartoonist Seth has mostly been busy delighting us with his designs for Drawn & Quarterly's John Stanley Library. But with Halloween only a day away, the artist behind George Sprott and Wimbledon Green has decided to spook us instead. Seth has provided illustrations for a series of New York City ghost stories, reported by writer Lizzy Ratner in The New York Times. Created in ghostly blue and white, they're like the artiest, most tastefully drawn episode of Ghost Hunters ever.

(Via Peggy Burns at the D&Q blog.)

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