The New Yorker cover illustration
This illustration was produced for my Bachelor of Illustration at Melbourne Polytechnic.
It shows a human figure at the top of a precarious tower of blocks which represent different species. Pulling out pieces and upsetting the natural balance, and consuming the tower piece by piece, to their own downfall. Perhaps this illustration would be better suited for a science journal rather than The New Yorker, but I am glad I expressed this concept.