The New Yorker

Illustration - Series


Angelina Kelley, Atlanta, GA
e: torumiku@aol.com

Program: Illustration
School: Savannah College of Art and Design

Instructor: Fivi Spyridonos

Student's were asked to illustrate a mock cover of The New Yorker magazine based on a topic of their choosing. The topic for this piece is the objectification of women and how they are often seen as prizes or rewards. I wanted to shed light on this issue so people can identify the objectification of women in media as well as in their own minds. This is in hopes that creators can stop themselves from acting on their own unconscious biases and prevent toxic ideas of women from being published.