August 1, 2017
Architecture Visual arts

For a while Japan took over The New Yorker with The Tokyoiter, a collection of fictional covers made by talented illustrators from all around the world. The goal was to promote the inspiring daily stories that can be lived in Tokyo, in a true celebration of the city and its inhabitants. The project showcases illustration, cartooning, drawing, design and creativity. We can find scenes from the everyday life, interiors, mangas, cherry blossom, cityscapes, transportation and much more.

The Tokyoiter
Project by: David Robert, Tatsushi Eto, Andrew Joyce
All covers can be found here
Credits: all images via
Year: 2017
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