Sitting outside of the New York Public Library, the iconic marble lion statues stand guard over the entrance to the building. As the city pigeons taunt from overhead and use the lion as their personal perch, one unlucky bird learns the fateful lesson of who ultimately is king of the jungle.
New Yorker Cover by Artist Harry Bliss, originally published on June 3rd, 2002
Lots of shades of brown and pieces are clever, not just rectangles arranged in columns. Hard, a challenge, but ultimately fun.