As the world’s media prepare to turn their eyes to Vancouver, The Walrus is helping them find focus. In our March 2010 cover story, journalist Gary Stephen Ross has written the definitive piece about the city he calls home. Ross takes an in-depth look at Vancouver’s place in the world, from the business of the coming Olympics and the state of arts funding, to the appetizers at Vij’s and the strollers in Kitsilano. As he keenly observes, there is a Vancouver that we see, and one that we don’t. With his help, The Walrus readers will experience both.
Because Vancouver can be seen from many different perspectives, we’ve done something very exciting on our cover for this issue. The March issue of The Walrus has four different covers, each created by Vancouver photographer Grant Harder. This professionally printed, special edition poster presents the quartet together. It is reproduced on high-quality archival paper, and is shipped framed or unframed.
Artist: Grant Harder. Read his interview with Walrus art director Brian Morgan about the making of these covers here.
Cover prints are exclusive, professionally printed copies of our award-winning magazine covers. These custom-ordered prints include cover art and the Walrus wordmark, but are free of all other decoration. They are reproduced on high-quality archival paper, and are available framed or unframed.
Standard cover print dimensions: 10.75” × 14.25” (unframed, including 1 1/8” white border)
Large cover print dimensions: 21.5” × 28.5” (unframed, including 1 1/8” white border)