Beginning from its inauguration when the New Yorker first featured a character names Eustace Tilley, the magazine continues to follow its tradition. Every year since 1994, the magazine has encouraged artists to submit their own version of Tilley, in a way that is best associated to the particular time period. Camilo Ramirez, a Colombian graphic artist put creative cells to work and portrayed Tilley in the modern world as Steve Jobs. Sadly enough it didn’t make it to the front page as he was late to submit his entry. You can watch Ramirez’s works at Fundesign.
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