Barry Blitt’s latest cover for the magazine is his fifteenth to feature Donald Trump. (“The gift that keeps on grifting,” in Blitt’s words.) The image of Trump at the lectern, poised nude and cross-legged, recalls the prophet Bob Dylan, who once noted, in “It’s Alright Ma (I’m Only Bleeding),” that “even the President of the United States must sometimes have to stand naked.” Blitt sends sketches to the magazine each week
Im on the subway all the time,” the artist Jenny Kroik says, about her inspiration for this week’s cover. “It’s a great place to let your imagination loose and get ideas. You’re surrounded by so many people and stories.” “I saw a young girl glued to the window, fascinated by the tunnel,”
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