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    The New Yorker's iconic cover man, Eustace Tilley, is recreated by its readers for every anniversary issue. This foxy monocle man was originally … Read More
    The New Yorker's iconic cover man, Eustace Tilley, is recreated by its readers for every anniversary issue. This foxy monocle man was originally designed by Rea Irvin, inspired from a sketch refrencing an 1834 drawing of a Count D’Orsay, “man of Fashion in Early Victorian Period." Being a fashion driven, New Yorker reader, I couldn't help but have some fun by paying tribute to the fashionable aspects of Mr.Tilley. I used textures from my Vogue magazines to recreate this well known face, amused to see just how many things, such as an iconic editorial icon, find their inspiration in fashion. Read Less
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New Yorker's Eustace Tilley, a very fashionable man.