For those of you who never heard of The New Yorker magazine, you will probably be stunned to find out that it was first published on 21st of February 1925. Yes, it is being published for 87 years now! 47 issued per year! Impressive isn’t it?
Well, the New Yorker magazine has been using illustrations ever since. Therefore, all the covers are an illustration that usually represents the major event/problem of that week. Those of you who are Apple lovers, you’ll probably enjoy the 17th of October issue which illustrates Steve Jobs giving an Apple tablet to an angel. Nevertheless, there a lot of cool, clever and interesting covers. And as each symbolizes a different event, it will be challenging and puzzling to find out what it actually represents.
Hint: the flowers from the tree that is on the 28th of March cover symbolises the continuing growth of the nuclear energy sector.




















 Hint: Libyan leader




 Hint: Nuclear















Hint: Saudi Islamist killed last year






New York has introduced a smoking and a salt ban in restaurants
























Wall Street guys relaxing as the boat sinks
















 Hint: Steve Jobs


 Hint: Wall Street