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February 20, 1989 - Rea Irvin

The New Yorker - Monday, February 1986 - Issue # 3184 - Vol. 62 - N° 1 - Cover “Eustace Tilley” by Rea Irvin

The New Yorker, cover 1925

30 Superb Examples Of Vintage Magazine Covers

The New Yorker Cover - June 13, 1983  by Susan Davis

New Yorker June 13th, 1983 by Susan Davis

The New Yorker Cover - November 19, 2001

The New Yorker Cover - November 19, 2001

The New Yorker - Monday, January 7, 2008 - Issue # 4245 - Vol. 83 - N° 42 - Cover “On the Edge” by Istvan Banyai

The New Yorker - Monday, January 2008 - Issue # 4245 - Vol. 83 - N° 42 - Cover “On the Edge” by Istvan Banyai

"To Tomita Beach," Artist Unknown, 1936, Art of the Japanese Postcard, Leonard A. Lauder Collection at the MFA

Postcard To Tomita Beach, Artist Unknown, Japan. Photograph © Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Leonard A. Lauder Collection of Japanese Postcards

the New Yorker, cover 1925 - reprinted on their anniversaries (magazine covers)

30 Superb Examples Of Vintage Magazine Covers

The New Yorker - Saturday, February 1925 - Issue # 1 - Vol. 1 - N° 1 - Cover “Eustace Tilley” by Rea Irvin

9/11 New Yorker Covers - The New Yorker

9/11 New Yorker Covers

Here is a slide show of some of The New Yorker’s covers, reflections of the changed urban, political, and cultural landscape that the event left …

The New Yorker - Monday, October 7, 2013 - Issue # 4515 - Vol. 89 - N° 31 - Cover “Blue Dog” by Maira Kalman

The New Yorker Cover - October 2013 Poster Print by Maira Kalman at the Condé Nast Collection

Israeli-born Noma Bar studied graphic design and typography at the Jerusalem Academy of Art& Design before moving to London in 2001. Describing his craft as visual communication, combining the skills of artist, illustrator and designer, Noma states he’s “after the maximum communication with minimum elements”. His two stunning and highly acclaimed books, The Many Faces of Noma Bar and Negative Space have become a must have for the design industry. He has exhibited worldwide, including s...

The wire fencing at the base overlooking the Hudson River complete the visual illusion + the single seagull that appears to be a belly button is effective at enhancing the visual illusion too ✔️

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