This was originally a half-page illustration for the 31 May 2010 issue of the New Yorker, and it went with a column written by their medicine writer Dr. Jerome Groupman. The argument: the products of industrialized society emit many many things that may be hazardous to our health, from the shampoo we use to the buildings we live in and the cars we drive. We can see a little baby pram being stacked with the weight of modern industrial society, while mom and a microscope-bearing scientist begin cluing in to the costs. Printed in an open edition, signed and dated on reverse.
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