18 February 2015

‘The New Yorker’ Publishes Nine Different Covers For Its 90th Anniversary

Roz Chast

The New Yorker decided to release nine different magazine covers to celebrate its 90th anniversary this year.

Françoise Mouly, The New Yorker’s art director, wrote, “To celebrate the fact that we’re entering our 10th decade, we turned, as we do every week, to our artists for ideas, and this time we decided to publish more than one. We picked nine covers for our 90 years, selecting images that reflect the talent and diversity of our contributors and the range of artistic media they use.”

Artists and readers let their creative juices flow as they submitted their own takes on Eustace Tilley, the iconic character that has been gracing the covers of The New Yorker since 1925.

Check out some below and view the rest of the creative covers here.

Kadir Nelson

Carter Goodrich

Barry Blitt

Anita Kunz

Christoph Neimann

[via The New Yorker]