I'm thrilled to share the cover of this week's New Yorker Magazine. It features a brilliant illustration, dubbed "Fresh Tracks," by German artist and designer, Birgit Schössow. The work shows an early-bird skier carving across the pristine white page. In doing so, she reveals a trail of words under the surface. The image is compelling for both its purity – so rare in magazine cover art – and its clever suggestion at the contents within. "Fresh Tracks" simultaneously appeals to snow junkies and literary geeks. Bravo Birgit!
source: The New Yorker written by: Nancy H.