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Why Obama Must Disappoint Us the Second Time Around : The New Yorker

Despite the considerable achievements of his first term, much of the talk about Barack Obama this time around is about disappointment.

“I have a full page illustration in the current issue of New Yorker for a Thomas McGuane fiction.  The story is about a childless couple who journeys to the family ranch of the wife’s elderly parents to celebrate their twenty-fifth wedding anniversary. ” – Victo Ngai

Victo Ngai, illustration for "The Casserole", published in The New Yorker Fiction

The New Yorker Cover - July 29, 1961

The New Yorker Cover - July 29, 1961

Jan 22, 1972, charles e. martin                                                                                                                                                      Más

The New Yorker Cover - January 22nd, 1972 by Charles E Martin

Aaron Becker - hoping for a chance to do the real cover, Becker tells his story of artistic rejection.

An Outsider Artist who offered his worthy work to be published by The New Yorker Mz."Journey of a Lifetime: Interview with Author & Illustrator Aaron Becker."November ofbecker_new_yorker

The New Yorker Cover 29 Les couvertures du magazine The New Yorker featured design art

Les couvertures du magazine The New Yorker

2005-10-31 - The New Yorker

October 31, 2005 Issue

The New Yorker - Monday, October 2005 - Issue # 4142 - Vol. 81 - N° 34 - Cover “Trick, or Treat” by Ian Falconer

Kadir Nelson’s painting for the cover of this week's issue pays homage to great figures of the Harlem Renaissance.

Cover Story: “Schomburg Center, Harlem, New York,” by Kadir Nelson

The New Yorker: “Schomburg Center, Harlem, New York ”Kadir Nelson, this week’s cover artist, wanted to create “a stylistic montage as an homage to the great Harlem Renaissance painters.“ Read more about his inspiration.