Postcards from The New Yorker
One Hundred Covers from Ten Decades
A collection of one hundred stylish postcards from the covers of the iconic New Yorker
Launched in 1925, The New Yorker offers journalism, essays, fiction, criticism, poetry, humor, and cartoons, with each issue reflecting a week in modern culture. Established as a sophisticated magazine from the outset, The New Yorker has published the work of such acclaimed writers as Truman Capote, Hannah Arendt, Vladimir Nabokov, Haruki Murakami, J. D. Salinger, and Shirley Jackson. This selection of one hundred of The New Yorker’s most striking covers includes work by such artists as Saul Steinberg, William Steig, J. J. Sempé, Maira Kalman, and Art Spiegelman, spanning eighty-seven years of the magazine’s unique history.
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