Faux Fir and Other Unlikely Trees

Though our conversations have been steadily moving toward deeper, more conceptual, and ultimately far more significant topics – prejudice and racism, sex and sexuality, nature v. nurture – as much they should, it’s nice to occasionally add a little whimsy back into the mix.

Christoph Niemann is an award winning artist and graphic designer, as well as the author of several children’s books. His illustrations appear regularly in  The New Yorker (frequently on the cover) as well as in Wired and, of course, his New York Times blog.

Personally I love the Boxwood and Briefs (since we seem to be on a slight undergarment kick).

Alright, now back to the serious stuff!


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