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The New Yorker, May 1993 - cover by Art Spiegelman
“If there was hope, it MUST lie in the proles, because only there in those swarming disregarded masses, 85 per cent of the population of Oceania, could the force to destroy the Party ever be generated.
New Yorker Cover – Christoph Niemann, visual storyteller
The New Yorker, July 2013 - This cover issue commemorated the Supreme Court rulings on same-sex marriage: an illustration of Bert and Ernie from ‘Sesame Street’.
The New Yorker: Mar. 2015 - Christoph Niemann’s animated cover for our biannual Style Issue.
We have already talked about several times of the creations of illustrator Christoph Niemann (see here), who continues to plays with everyday objects thanks to
The New Yorker - Monday, September 2016 - Issue # 4653 - Vol. 92 - N° 27 - Cover “Serve!” by Christoph Niemann
The New Yorker Cover - April 1998 - Harry Bliss
Artist Christoph Niemann Creates an Animated Cover for The New Yorker Depicting New York City Traffic on a Rainy Day
The New Yorker Cover - May 2016 Poster Print by Christoph Niemann at the Condé Nast Collection
New Yorker Cover – Christoph Niemann
A practical application for art: magazine covers. New Yorker Cover: 'Reflection' - Barack Obama Victory Cover by Bob Staake
For the cover of the New Yorker magazine’s May 16 issue, illustrator and cartoon genius Christoph Niemann created an augmented reality animation that for once is actually good.
New Yorker Magazine Cover: Moon Behind the Empire State Building ~ETS