About The New Yorker Magazine:
The New Yorker is a national magazine edited to address current issues, ideas and events. The magazine blends domestic, and international news analysis, with in depth features, critics and humorous observations on politics and business, culture and the arts, education, style, sports and literature.
The New Yorker magazine is famous for its covers, normally created by a popular political cartoonist. These covers have made waves in the publishing world, as well as had a tremendous influence on art. None can say this as much as the Saul Steinberg illustration for the March 29, 1976, edition. Called View of the World from 9th Avenue, the drawing focuses strictly on a few blocks in Manhattan, with the rest of the world an afterthought.