Color Palettes of The New Yorker
Color Palettes of The New Yorker
An analysis of the top colors used in the illustration on every issue’s cover since its debut in 1925. Since 1925, a unique illustration has been created for the cover of each issue of The New Yorker. Below is an analysis of the top five colors used in each cover. The pixels of each cover were divided into five groups of colors based a formula that determines how similar they are to each other.

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Disclaimer: This project contains copyrighted material, the use of which has not been endorsed by Condé Nast, the copyright owner of the The New Yorker. I am making such material available as part of a curiosity for exploring color palettes. I believe this constitutes a “fair use” of any such copyrighted material as provided for in section 107 of the US Copyright Law. I do not claim ownership of any images and no images are for sale. The cover images shown are copyright by the original publisher.
Color Palettes of The New Yorker
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Color Palettes of The New Yorker

An analysis of the top colors used in the illustration on every issue’s cover since its debut in 1925.
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Published:

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