|Pages/Publication Date:||40 / 2013|
|Publisher:||Museum of Modern Art|
Young Frank is an architect, living in New York City with his grandfather Old Frank, who is also an architect, and their dog Eddie. These two Franks have very different views on what architects do, until a trip to the Museum of Modern Art opens their eyes to what an architect could be, after which Young Frank feels a little more grown up and confident, and Old Frank feels a little younger—and wiser. New Yorker cover illustrator Frank Viva gives readers up to 8 this cleverly drawn perspective on art and architecture, with visual references to actual works in MoMA's collection and a sly double portrait of Frank Gehry and Frank Lloyd Wright.