Read about Christoph Niemann’s animated, rainy-day cover this week:

Cover Story: Christoph Niemann’s Rainy Day

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

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

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

The New Yorker (US)

The New Yorker - Monday, November 2013 - Issue # 4523 - Vol. 89 - N° 37 - Cover “Last Straw” by Adrian Tomine

this was the first cover that ever knocked the wind out of me ... really powerful (dramaturgical) artwork.

The New Yorker - cover by Art Spiegelman. So many New Yorker covers are interesting designs but this one has a certain resonance depicting the shadow of the twin towers post

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.

Such a cool cover design from The New Yorker (2008)

The New Yorker Cover - September 15, 2008

2014-02-10 - The New Yorker

February 10, 2014 Issue

penguinoncampus: “classicpenguin: If the illustration style on this week’s great (and very fitting) New Yorker cover looks at all familiar, this might be why: Israeli artist Tomer Hanuka also did one of our favorite deluxe covers, Marquis de Sade’s.