Jorge Colombo's cover is the first to be painted with an iPad Pro, proceeding the artist's finger-painting obsession with iOS.
Common New Yorker artist Jorge Colombo made historical past in 2009 through portray the New Yorker's June 1 cover on an iPhone the use of the app Brushes; in the years since, he is put together a New Yorker blog on the subject, a 2014 cover, and a 2015 cover painted with an iPad. He is now endured the custom by way of developing January 9th's cover entirely on an iPad Pro with an Apple Pencil the use of Procreate.
The cover highlights New York Town's iconic Staten Island Ferry — suitable, for the reason that the artist incessantly attracts whilst driving the ferry.
You'll be able to learn extra about Colombo — and notice a timelapse drawing of his newest cover (and previous covers) on the New Yorker's website.