JENNY KROIK: 2nd NEW YORKER COVER

 “I’m on the subway all the time,” the artist Jenny Kroik says, about her inspiration for this week’s cover. “It’s a great place to let your imagination loose and get ideas. You’re surrounded by so many people and stories.”  “I saw a young girl glued to the window, fascinated by the tunnel,” Kroik continues. “It got me thinking about how one’s imagination is always active when you’re a kid. I started wondering, what can she possibly see? Beautiful flowers? I tried to see the tunnel through her eyes.”
I’m on the subway all the time. It’s a great place to let your imagination loose and get ideas. You’re surrounded by so many people and stories. I saw a young girl glued to the window, fascinated by the tunnel. It got me thinking about how one’s imagination is always active when you’re a kid. I started wondering, what can she possibly see? Beautiful flowers? I tried to see the tunnel through her eyes.
— Jenny Kroik

Check out Jenny Kroik's new cover illustration this week and also on their website, The New Yorker.