Evocative Animals Directly on the Front Pages of Newspapers

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Lisa Törner repurposes the front pages of The New York Times, Wall Street Journal into inky canvases for her expressive animals. For every release, Lisa Törner offers insightful commentary on the day’s events: a pensive monkey masks an article about bankers on Wall Street, a turquoise peacock embellishes the inclusion of Karl Lagerfield’s passing, and a lurking panther is delivered close by a heartwrenching tale about a mother and youngster, who were isolated over 50 years prior. “The puma symbolize(s) the son’s departure from North Korea,” she tells.

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