Collection by Víctor Fontana

Víctor Fontana
The New Yorker released its cover on the attacks at Charlie Hebdo in Paris. The illustration by Ana Juan shows the Eiffel Tower as symbolic pencil tipped in red

Je suis Charlie.

Here is a slide show of some of The New Yorker’s covers, reflections of the changed urban, political, and cultural landscape that the event left …

Man on Wire

The December 2014 issue of The New Yorker features a powerful "Broken Arch" cover illustration by Bob Staake in response to the unrest in Ferguson, Missouri. "I wanted to comment on the tragic r.

Andrew Katz on Twitter

“Hell of a New Yorker cover: #FergusonDecision”

The New Yorker’s First Animated GIF Cover. German artist Christoph Niemann has created The New Yorker’s first-ever animated GIF cover. This is the first time the publication has ever done something like this. The New Yorker, New Yorker Covers, Graphic Design Magazine, Magazine Cover Design, Dm Poster, Poster Prints, Graphic Prints, Capas New Yorker, Book Design
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Rut Vilar on Twitter

““When I arrived in New York for the first time, it was pouring...”, què bonica la portada del @NewYorker”

Jean-Jacques Sempé / Just a Pinch - The New Yorker Cover, January 2014 Poster Print by Peter de Sève at the Condé Nast Collection on imgfave The New Yorker, New Yorker Covers, Magazine Illustration, Illustration Art, Capas New Yorker, Cover Art, Just A Pinch, Canvas Prints, Art Prints

It is cold outside

cover The New Yorker magazine by Art Spiegelman and Francois Mouly who watched the buildings fall was going to be solid black until Art changed it to this iconic cover for the Sept. 24 issue of two tone black silhouettes The New Yorker, New Yorker Covers, Capas New Yorker, Laurent Durieux, Art Spiegelman, Digital Revolution, 11. September, Hybrid Design, Black Cover
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The current issue of The New Yorker features a really great "Boomerang Generation" cover illustration by Daniel Clowes. via Drawn & Quarterly The New Yorker, New Yorker Covers, Capas New Yorker, Comic Book Artists, Comic Books, Daniel Clowes, Ligne Claire, New Yorker Cartoons, Magazine Art
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You are doing wrong

A New Yorker’s view of the world. [[MORE]] TMWNN: “ By Saul Steinberg, “View of the World from Avenue“ is probably the most famous cover of The New Yorker magazine in its history, immortalized on. The New Yorker, New Yorker Covers, Saul Steinberg, Apple Maps, New Yorker Cartoons, Capas New Yorker, Magazin Covers, Cool Magazine, Magazine Art
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World view from 9th Ave.