New Yorker Covers You Were Never Meant to See
NPR stories about Blown Covers
For a publication so associated with long-form journalism, The New Yorker has always delivered its first blast of pleasure with a visual. As the magazine's art editor for nearly two decades, Francoise Mouly has coaxed from her accomplished stable of artists and illustrators some of the most memorable covers in the New Yorker's esteemed history. One of them is so renowned (or notorious) it need only be referred to as "