• SVA Students Illustrate Extraordinary New Yorker-Inspired Covers that Imagine Post-Pandemic Life

    16 days ago - By Colossal

    By Amy Young. All images courtesy of Tomer Hanuka, shared with permission
    Astute, evocative, and occasionally controversial, The New Yorker 's covers are keen observations of contemporary culture in their own right. The weekly renderings are widely recognized as visual interpretations of today's most pressing issue that span politics, culture, and this last year, life during COVID-19. Inspired by this iconic imagery, third-year illustration students in Tomer Hanuka 's course at the School of Visual Arts created their own iterations, post-pandemic-style. From masked embraces and empty...
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