"New Worlds" Javier Marscal for The New Yorker
“New Worlds” Javier Mariscal for The New Yorker

The theme of current New Yorker is “World Changers” and the magazine is fat with mind-expanding reports. The gist of the issue, and of vast creative streams and ideas that seem to be appearing everywhere these days, are expressed in its amazing cover by Javier Mariscal.

Sometimes when I’m sitting on the subway looking at my fellow passengers, I wonder what they are thinking: What is in their heads? Mariscal’s cover is one possible, deeply heartening, view: unique visions going on quietly all around us.

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