The New Yorker is in another league with those covers that perfectly exemplify what is happening these days around the world. The perspective of each of those covers that we share from these lines will serve perfectly to show the history of these days in the future.
And it is not only the message or the motive, but the great artistic level of each one. just like how brave this post is. Especially when we see that of Donald Trump where he shows the ignorance and pride that his message had at the beginning of March.
We start with Donald Trump’s first and that perfectly demonstrates how the COVID-19 message has been taken. Nothing more needs to be added, as the image expresses everything. A mask to blind the view of the president of the United States.
And with red he plays from The New Yorker to use each building that surrounds a person to form the image of the coronavirus. A cover of great strength for the color used and for how it shows social distancing from another perspective; in fact we can approach Hopper to welcome his painting from another angle.
The following is the mythical New York train station and that is none other than the Grand Central Terminal. This appears completely empty at the expense of the cleaner who is completely alone.
This other cover of The New Yorker takes us to those corridors of hospitals with a male nurse carrying in his hand the mobile with the video call connection. This is for the coronavirus patient who hopes to see his relatives before the fateful news.
And we end up with the devastated scene of a city like New York at night and that delivery man bringing home a package. Five covers for five scenes and those five moments of a few weeks that will go down in human history.