Black and white covers of The New Yorker
This story was co-produced by Linda Rubes.
November 7, 2005. Illustration by Saul Steinberg.
November 12, 2001. Illustration by Edward Koren.
July 27, 1940. Illustration by Christina Malman.
July 11, 1925. Illustration by Bertrand Zadig.
September 24, 2001. Illustration by Art Spiegelman. This is the famous post-9/11 New Yorker cover that was printed in two shades of black, with the Twin Towers appearing in a slightly darker shade.
There's a collection of 14 black and white covers of The New Yorker here.
View the complete cover archive of The New Yorker here.
Portraits of Civil Rights Heroes in The New Yorker
Happy Valentine's Day from The New Yorker