I was distracted by an email I received from The New Yorker Store. They now have all of their covers dating back to the 1920s available as giclée prints on watercolor paper, high-gloss photographic paper, or on a stretched canvas (not available for all prints). I have a favorite New Yorker cover that I had taped to the wall by my studio desk for many years. In fact, it was on the wall until the image completely faded away. This was the July 1, 1991 cover by Andre Francois.