John Tomac

The New Yorker cover art
An early look at next week’s cover: Under more ordinary circumstances, the cover of our Anniversary Issue, marking ninety-two years, would feature some version of Rea Irvin’s classic image of the monocled dandy Eustace Tilley. This year, as a response to the opening weeks of the Trump Administration, particularly the executive order on immigration, we feature John W. Tomac’s dark, unwelcoming image, “Liberty’s Flameout.”