The New Yorker - Monday, November 4, 1996 - Issue # 3727 - Vol. 72 - N° 33 - « On and Off the Avenue » - Cover “The Height of Fashion” by Michael Roberts

The New Yorker - Monday, November 1996 - Issue # 3728 - Vol. 72 - N° 33 - « On and Off the Avenue

Stunning Christoph Niemann Illustrations for The New Yorker – Fubiz Media

Stunning Christoph Niemann Illustrations for The New Yorker

New Yorker March 2002 Art Print by Christoph Niemann. All prints are professionally printed, packaged, and shipped within 3 - 4 business days. Choose from multiple sizes and hundreds of frame and mat options.

The New Yorker - Monday, July 16, 1984 - Issue # 3100 - Vol. 60 - N° 22 - Cover by : Charles Saxon

The New Yorker - Monday, July 1984 - Issue # 3100 - Vol. 60 - N° 22 - Cover by : Charles Saxon

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“Slippery Slopes,” by Mark Ulriksen.

February 12 & 19, 2018 Issue

“Slippery Slopes,” by Mark Ulriksen.

Mark Ulriksen’s “In Creative Battle” I asked myself, What would King be doing if he were around today?” the San Francisco-based artist Mark Ulriksen says, about the civil-rights leader, the inspiration for this week’s cover.

Mark Ulriksen’s “In Creative Battle”

Seahawks’ Michael Bennett appears on New Yorker cover next to Colin Kaepernick and Martin Luther King Jr.

“At rush hour, there’s intense traffic, and it’s very busy. But in the middle of the day the East River Ferry can be a refuge, a secret hideaway, a sanctuary,” Jorge Colombo says, about the ride he drew for this week’s cover. Colombo, the first artist to draw New Yorker covers on an iPhone, now crafts his work on the much larger iPad, and he’s still intent on using digital, portable tools to capture unusual views of the city.

Jorge Colombo’s “Ferried Across”

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