Victoria Tentler-Krylov’s “All Clear”

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The city is full of unexpected sights, but few are more endearing than a row of wobbly preschoolers, holding onto a rope while they walk with their teachers. For the cover of the March 4, 2024, issue, the artist Victoria Tentler-Krylov depicts children crossing Park Avenue on their way to Central Park. “Because of my architecture training, I pay close attention to the setting of any story, and the emotional context it creates. That’s why the streets of New York are so amazing—there is a new story unfolding wherever I look,” Tentler-Krylov said.

For more covers about kids in the city, see below:

“September 16, 1939,” by Christina Malman

“March 17, 1939,” by Arthur Getz

“Everybody Who’s Anybody,” by Carter Goodrich

Find Victoria Tentler-Krylov’s covers, cartoons, and more at the Condé Nast Store.


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