Ilonka Karasz had a very long career as a designer and illustrator known for her avant-garde industrial design and for her many New Yorker magazine covers. She draw a total of 186 New Yorker covers, many of them featuring lively vignettes of daily life viewed from above and drawn using unusual color combinations.

You can discover some of them in our shop.

New Yorker Covers by Ilonka Karasz
The New Yorker - March 16 1963
The New Yorker - June 23 1945
The New Yorker - April 21 1928
The New Yorker - March 10 1928

Aperol is an Italian aperitif with scents of orange and rhubarb as the dominant flavors and other herb infusions that complete its character. It has a bright distinctive orange color, and the taste starts sweet but ends with a pleasant bitterness.

Aperol, like other apéritifs, is meant to stimulate the appetite and is typically consumed before dinner. Aperol is perhaps best known as the star ingredient of a popular cocktail, the Aperol Spritz.

Aperol Spritz cocktail Recipe :

3 parts Prosecco , 2 parts Aperol and 1 splash of soda water.

This beautiful Aperol Poster called "Rendez-vous" was designed by Lorenzo Mattoti 

Rendez-vous by Lorenzo Mattoti "Rendez-vous" by Lorenzo Mattoti