The New Yorker (1)
To celebrate the fact that The New Yorker is entering their tenth (!!!) decade, they turned to their artists for ideas, and this time decided to publish more than one. Nine covers for their ninety years, selecting images that reflect the talent and diversity of our contributors and the range of artistic media they use: oil painting for Kadir Nelson and Anita Kunz; pen and ink with watercolor for Roz Chast, Barry Blitt, and Istvan Banyai; oil pastel for Lorenzo Mattotti; collage for Peter Mendelsund; and digital art for Christoph Niemann.
Some of these artists are regulars—like Barry Blitt’s eighty-eighth (!!!) New Yorker cover and Lorenzo Mattotti’s thirtieth. Others are newcomers.
9 new covers The New Yorker, read here more about these covers.
Art Editor Françoise Mouly (read here about her book 'Blown Covers' New Yorker Covers You Were Never Meant to See)
Creative director Wyatt Mitchell