The New Yorker
The New Yorker first issue out of February 21, 1925.
'In 1925, the first issue of "The New Yorker" ran with a character named Eustace Tilley on its cover. Sometime after Françoise Mouly became cover editor, "The New Yorker" began to commission various artists to do their renditions of Eustace Tilley. For almost two decades artists have been drawing Eustace Tilley in one form another, sometimes recognizable, sometimes vulgar, sometimes a commentary on New York socialites (as the first Tilley was), sometimes an ironic stab at Tilley himself.'
(magazine cover design premiere firts issue)