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HIGHLIGHTS | The New Yorker effect

Initially, The New Yorker magazine was a 15 cent paper focused on Manhattan – today it is an unavoidable trendsetter both in terms of content and visual content when it comes to quality journalism. Several graphic designers and artists were inspired by the covers of the magazine since its launch in 1925, from Paris to Saint Petersburg, from Madrid to Shanghai. Here it comes.

The Parisianer Cover | London, United Kingdom
Tom Clohosy Cole

The Petersburger Magazine – cover concept. Part I. | Saint Petersburg, Russia
Katie Gorbacheva

The Madrider Magazine | Madrid, Spain
Nacho Rojo

The Panamer | Paris, France
Kévin Moulet

The Shanghairen – Shanghai illustrated covers | Shanghai, China
The Shanghairen and colleagues

The Ryazaner Magazine – cover concept | Saint Petersburg, Russia
Katie Gorbacheva

The Stockholmer | Stockholm, Sweden
Matias Salinas

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