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The New Yorker reveals first .GIF cover

The New Yorker reveals first .GIF cover

Moving image

For its latest issue (October 6), The New Yorker has launched its first-ever GIF-based cover created by German artist Christoph Niemann

The cool new 'moving image' cover (pictured above) shows a familiar scene in the city that never sleeps: from the viewpoint of a passenger in a yellow cab navigating its way through the NYC's traffic on a rainy, cloud-filled day.

"When I arrived in New York for the first time, it was pouring. Maybe that's why, to my mind, there's no place on earth where being stuck in traffic on a rainy day is more beautiful." Said Niemann, who also shared a couple of his preliminary sketches for the issue, below:

The New Yorker reveals first .GIF cover (фото 1)

The New Yorker reveals first .GIF cover (фото 2)

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