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Easter Covers

Easter is just around the corner, and this holiday weekend we’ve pored through our archives and rounded up a selection of imaginative Easter covers from …

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From Freedom to Marry: "Next week is Mother's Day - and to celebrate, The New Yorker is featuring this sweet tribute to a loving family with two moms. Click "like" and share if this cover makes you smile, and read more from the artist: nyr.kr/18Ob9W9 " #LGBT

“December 10, 1932,” by William Steig. Take a look at more festive covers from the archive: nyr.kr/1vNahQO

Slide Show: Holiday Covers - The New Yorker: “December 24, 1927,” by Andre De Schaub.

The Rainbow on the White House reminds me of Gods promise to never destroy the human race again. Genesis 9:14-15 KJV And it shall come to pass, when I bring a cloud over the earth, that the bow shall be seen in the cloud: And I will remember my covenant, which is between me and you and every living creature of all flesh; and the waters shall no more become a flood to destroy all flesh.

Sempe... one of all-time favourite artists, not least because he loved bikes and cycling!

A New Yorker cover that never ran. It was supposed to have been printed to mark FDR's first inauguration (that's him in the car, grinning, next to a sullen President-Defunct Hoover). But on Feb. 15, a man named Giuseppe Zangara shot at Roosevelt. He missed, but hit Mayor Anton Cermak of Chicago, who eventually died, and the New Yorker's editors deemed the cover inappropriate.

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Have you seen the new New Yorker cover?