Posts tagged with ‘Cover’
This week’s cover, “June Brides,” is the artist Gayle Kabaker’s first time in The New Yorker. The magazine’s art editor, Françoise Mouly, found the image through her Blown Covers blog. Every week, Mouly hosts a cover contest on the blog, open to all, with themes that closely mirror those she suggests to her regular contributors, from Father’s Day to books to the theme that reeled this image in: weddings.
Click-through for a slide show of other wedding images submitted to the Blown Covers blog, with Françoise’s comments: http://nyr.kr/OSX5mh
Evan Osnos (Comment) on China’s crisis; James Surowiecki on why long-term unemployment hurts us all; Ken Auletta on whether Stanford and Silicon Valley will transform education; Fiction from Ian McEwan; Jake Halpern on the discovery of treasure worth billions of dollars in India’s Sri Padmanabhaswamy temple; and more