The New Yorker is experimenting with GIF covers!

'The New Yorker' Does Its First GIF Cover

Artist Christoph Niemann created an animated version of his cover for The New Yorker magazine depicting New York City traffic on a rainy day for the Octobe

This weeks The New Yorker. Artwork Malika Favre Art Editor Françoise Mouly Editor: David Remnick Click here for more covers The New Yorker on Coverjunkie

Cover Story: “Page Turner,” By Malika Favre. “My favorite books are in a poor state—they’re the ones I keep taking on vacation,” Malika Favre says, of her cover for the Summer Fiction Issue.

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September 24, 2001 - Françoise Mouly and Art Spiegelman. The silhouetted Twin Towers were printed in a fifth, black ink, on a field of black made up of the standard four color printing inks. An overprinted clear varnish helped create the ghost image. Más

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September 19, 2016 Issue

newyorker: “ “The light is different in September—the last of the summer sun casts interesting shadows,” says Malika Favre, a London-based French artist, on her cover for this week’s Style Issue. Read more about the cover story here.

Saul Steinberg's "View of the World from Ninth Avenue" (Cover of the New Yorker from March 29, 1976)

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Saul Steinberg - View of the world from avenue - The New Yorker, 1976 - [ manhattan-centric ]

Read about this week’s cover, “Fall Library,” by Tom Gauld:

Cover Story: Tom Gauld’s “Fall Library”