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Eric Drooker’s “Warhead”

Françoise Mouly interviews Eric Drooker, the artist behind the cover of next week’s issue of the magazine, about his conception of Kim Jong Un and the anxiety of the current moment.
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THE NEW cover of the New Yorker magazine, titled “Warhead,” is a striking image that billboards a report from inside the Hermit Kingdom. The cover, by Eric Drooker, shows the crown of the head of Kim Jong Un in the foreground, as th...

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