awardwinning covers / The New Yorker

finalist 'news' cover 2009
finalist 'news' cover 2009

ASME cover awards, finalist 2009: news & business covers:

For its first magazine cover after the historic 2008 presidential election, The New Yorker chose to illustrate the occasion with a contemplative and hope-filled image created by Bob Staake. Of his cover, "Reflection," Staake says, "I’ve been fortunate enough to do a number of New Yorker covers, but being chosen to create the cover that commemorates Barack Obama’s historic election as the first African-American President of the United States is not only flattering, it’s beyond humbling."

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