The New Yorker Magazine has always been and always will be a massive inspiration for artists and designers everywhere. Their portrayal of many abstract and unorthodox styles of art on their covers have been catching eyes for generations. The DUST graphic is a flip of one of their 1958 covers, utilizing our rendition of their logo typography and throwing in our infamous Adam Bomb as if being drawn on a chalkboard. Even when we go back to the drawing board, we do it with class and forward vision. Create and destroy. Front graphic embroidered.