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时代周刊2018年最著名的插图
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时代周刊2018年最著名的插图节选 :

   

   

Looking Back at the Economic Crash of 2008

Artist:          Tyler Comrie

“We needed an image that could loudly declare that the damage from the ’08 financial crisis was lasting and ongoing. Odds are decent that this illustration will still be relevant in 100 years.”            — Matt Dorfman, art director          

   

   

Summer Reading

Artist:          Angie Wang

         

               

                 Summer Reading                                          

Artist:              Angie Wang

   

   

         

               

                 Summer Reading                                          

Artist:              Angie Wang

   

   

   

   

Suicides Have Increased. Is This an Existential Crisis?

Artist:          Yann Kebbi

               

                 I Am Part of the Resistance Inside the Trump Administration                                          

Artist:              Delcan & Co

“How to approach a confidential text that could not be shared with the artist in advance? Pablo’s response embodied the precariousness of a divided administration struggling to rein in its chaotic leader, with the fate of the American experiment on the line.”                — Jim Datz, art director              

   

   

         

               

                 Need a Politics Cleanse? Go Ahead and Treat Yourself.                                          

Artist:              Tim Lahan

“A cathartic image that gets the tiny details of human expression exactly right. Tim packs a lot of specificity into what appear at first to be a few quick, simple strokes of the digital pen.”                — Jim Datz, art director              

   

   

   

   

Sloane Stevens and the Art of Defending

Artist:          Chris Buzelli

         

               

                 The Predators in the Kitchen                                          

Artist:              Kiersten Essenpreis

“Kiersten is a fountain of great ideas. This ominous Sunday Review cover had so many layers.”                — Hannah K. Lee, art director              

   

   

         

               

Democracy at Risk

Artist:              Eleni Kalorkoti

   

   

   

   

Using Wildfires as an Excuse to Plunder Forests

Artist:          Anders Nilsen

“Anders rendered the California fires in stark colors — including a visual punchline that comments on the impact of a ‘solution’ that would deliver the opposite of its intended results.”            — Jim Datz, art director          

         

               

                 The Worst Drug Crisis in American History                                          

Artist:              Golden Cosmos

“Doris and Daniel were tasked with illustrating a book about fracking — and also a book about water contamination — and also a book about opioids. They captured all of it with empathy and grace. It’s one of the best illustrations I’ve ever commissioned.”                — Matt Dorfman, art director              

   

   

         

               

                 The New American Dream Home Is One You Never Have to Leave                                          

Artist:              Igor Bastidas

“A simply animated Droste effect would have satisfied anyone else — but no, not Igor. The wonderful details bring this hypnotic animation to life.”                — Nathan Huang, art director              

   

   

   

   

Our Hackable Political Future

Artist:          Robert Beatty

         

               

                 For the Love of a Dog                                          

Artist:              Joohee Yoon

   

   

         

               

                 How to Clean the Most Common Cat Messes                                          

Artist:              Pablo Rochat

“Pablo’s approach to generating concepts always involves delight and humor. His pieces are guaranteed to make me smile.”                — Jaspal Riyait, art director              

   

   

   

   

The New York Yankees Are a Moral Abomination

Artist:          Brandon Celi

         

               

                 There Is Nothing More All-American Than the Veggie Burger                                          

Artist:              Hudson Christie

   

   

         

               

                 Am I Going Blind?                                          

Artist:              Ben Wiseman

“Ben devised a bold visual metaphor to accompany Frank Bruni’s moving piece. It’s simultaneously optimistic and interrogative — just like the writing.”                — Jim Datz, art director              

   

   

   

   

We Are Not the Resistance

Artist:          Johanna Goodman

“Johanna is an accomplished collagist whose ongoing ‘Imaginary Beings’ series remains wedged in my mind as something truly special. A Sunday Review cover that focused on women’s solidarity, advocacy and protest seemed the perfect moment to adapt it for maximum impact.”            — Jim Datz, art director          

         

               

                 13 Political Secrets People Kept From Family and Friends. What’s Yours?                                          

Artist:              Abbey Lossing

“2018 was marked by activism, marches and political protests — but not everyone was so inspired. Abbey perfectly captures the feeling of sitting out on the sidelines.”                — Agnes Lee, art director              

   

   

         

               

                 Down With the Year of the Woman                                          

Artist:              Kimberly Lum

   

   

         

               

                 13 Political Secrets People Kept From Family and Friends. What’s Yours?                                          

Artist:              Lilli Carré

“Lilli’s incredible animation gets at the disillusionment some felt around this election cycle. ‘I don’t feel like my vote makes a difference,’ one reader said.”                — Agnes Lee, art director              

   

   

         

               

                 What 18 Looks Like Around the World — Through Girls’ Eyes                                          

Artist:              Tracy Ma

   

   

   

   

Why Do We Reward Bullies?

Artist:          Mikel Jaso

“Mikel is a master of humorous juxtapositions, and this image was no exception — a visual shorthand for the headline that tells the whole story without needing words at all.”            — Jim Datz, art director          

   

   

‘We Are Ready to Die.’ Five North Korean Defectors Who Never Made It.

Artist:          Agnes Lee

“By using Google Maps as reference, Agnes was able to recreate the area around the border — and perhaps also to shed light on what these North Korean defectors had to endure.”            — Antonio de Luca, art director          

         

               

                 He Can’t Remember His Name. Maybe He Doesn’t Want To?                                          

Artist:              Eleanor Taylor

   

   

         

               

                 The New Radicalization of the Internet                                          

Artist:              Woody Harrington

“Woody illustrated one of the most hotly debated topics of 2018: how social media feeds ‘right-wing extremism.’ It’s a brilliant observation on an issue that must be handled with care.”                — Sarah Williamson, art director              

   

   

   

   

Of Interest: Noteworthy Facts From Today’s Paper

Artist:          Nishant Choksi

“These are part of a daily illustration series that runs alongside facts from the day’s paper. Nishant’s approach elevated these by fully integrating them into the architecture of the page — and he makes it look easy too.”            — Andrew Sondern, art director          

   

   

Halloween Issue

Artist:          La Boca

“We weren’t even safe from squirrels this year.”            — Matt Dorfman, art director          

         

               

                 Halloween Issue                                          

Artist:              La Boca

   

   

         

               

                 Halloween Issue                                          

Artist:              La Boca

   

   

   

   

Letter of Recommendation: Escape Rooms

Artist:          Armando Veve

         

               

                 Must Science Conflict With Spirituality?                                          

Artist:              Chloé Poizat

“For a book of essays that reconcile spirituality and science, Chloé performed her signature miracle, making something ineffable look obvious.”                — Matt Dorfman, art director              

   

   

         

               

                 Far From Home, a Safe Space in Time                                          

Artist:              Jon Han

   

   

 

Diary of a Song: Watch Kacey Musgraves Turn Country Music Psychedelic

Artist:          Eden Weingart

“LSD is one hell of a drug.”            — Antonio de Luca, art director          

   

   

Letter of Recommendation: Norman Doors

Artist:          Max Guther

         

               

                 The Trip Doctors                                          

Artist:              Christoph Niemann

“In Michael Pollan’s story about mainstreaming the use of psychedelic drugs to treat mental disorders, he describes his own experience of taking psilocybin. We decided to have some fun with that idea on our cover. Christoph’s trippy image of Pollan plays with the viewer’s visual perceptions.”                — Gail Bichler, art director              

   

   

         

               

                 Is Technology Harming Teenagers?                                          

Artist:              Erik Carter

   

   

   

   

When the Robot Doesn’t See Dark Skin

Artist:          Claire Merchlinsky

“Claire’s work on this project was conceptually on the mark — but it was also rendered in a tactile medium that felt anything but digital. I appreciated the approach as an alternative to more typical visual clichés.”            — Jim Datz, art director          

   

   

The Flourishing Business of Fake YouTube Views

Artist:          Adam Ferriss

“This artwork comes to life through playful interaction. Adam experimented with composition, frame rate and movement to create this exciting feedback effect. (On desktop, move your mouse to interact with the illustration. On mobile, tilt your phone.)”            — Antonio de Luca, art director          

         

               

                 The G.O.P. Is a Boys’ Club. This Woman Is Trying to Change That.                                          

Artist:              Andrea D’Aquino

“Effortlessness and simplicity are the marks of a professional illustrator. Andrea’s image of the Republican Party’s gender gap is at once subtle and stunning.”                — Sarah Williamson, art director              

   

   

         

               

                 There’s a Stress Gap Between Men and Women. Here’s Why It’s Important.                                          

Artist:              Till Lauer

   

   

         

               

                 Steven Pinker Continues to See the Glass Half Full                                          

Artist:              Gabriel Alcala

“This piece illustrated a review of two books that insisted that human life is safer, healthier, longer, less violent, more prosperous, more tolerant and more fulfilling now than ever before (with statistics and data to back). Gabriel’s work nods to that perspective while winking at the ample evidence to the contrary.”                — Matt Dorfman, art director              

   

   

         

               

                 The Left Shouldn’t Be Too Proud to Meme                                          

Artist:              Sally Thurer

“When Sally’s sketches arrived, one stood out as a smart meta-summation of the text — but also a bit of a dare. As in: Should we really go there? Ultimately we rallied behind the image; we loved how it slipped incisive commentary between laugh lines.”                — Jim Datz, art director              

   

   

   

   

Why Do You Keep Dreaming You Forgot Your Pants? It’s Science

Artist:          Cristina Daura

   

   

How to Take Charge of Your Health Care

Artist:          Pete Gamlen

         

               

Style on the Street

Artist:              Henning Wagenbreth

   

   

         

               

The Animal Issue

Artist:              Jared Muralt

   

   

   

   

‘I Am Going to Die if I Keep Living the Way I Am.’ She Was Right.

Artist:          Dadu Shin

         

               

                 Losing My Son to Reading                                          

Artist:              Josh Cochran

   

   

         

               

                 Taxpayers Always Lose Industry’s Shell Game With Jobs                                          

Artist:              Cathryn Virginia

“Cathryn’s illustration sums up Trump-era capitalism and corporate greed. A perfectly modern take on the second Gilded Age.”                — Sarah Williamson, art director              

   

   

 

When Having a Child Doesn’t Make You Happy

Artist:          Jordan Bruner

         

               

                 Rachel Kushner’s ‘The Mars Room’ Offers a Blackly Comic Take on Prison Life                                          

Artist:              Wesley Allsbrook

“In illustrating one of the most talked about books of the year, Wesley had to capture the despair and bitterness of life in a women’s prison. This art looks like it was scratched onto the wall of a cell.”                — Matt Dorfman, art director              

   

   

         

               

                 Who Has Innocent Syrians’ Blood on Their Hands?                                          

Artist:              Anthony Russo

“We needed an image that conveyed the chaos and horror happening in Syria. Anthony’s solution evokes Picasso’s ‘Guernica.’”                — Hannah K. Lee, art director              

   

   

   

   

I Have Post-Brokeness Stress Disorder

Artist:          Jonathan Djob Nkondo

         

               

                 The Plot to Subvert an Election                                          

Artist:              Matthieu Bourel, from a photograph by the Kremlin

“Matthieu’s collage was a bold analog solution for an investigation that focused on digital distortion and Russian meddling in the 2016 election.”                — Fred Bierman, Wayne Kamidoi and Andrew Sondern, art directors              

   

   

         

               

                 Trump Wants a Big Parade. It Would Be a Big Mistake.                                          

Artist:              Alex Nabaum

   

   

 

Operation InfeKtion

Artist:          Erica Gorochow and Tom McCarten

         

               

                 Is Trump Warping Our Sense of Time?                                          

Artist:              Braulio Amado

   

   

         

               

Selected Opinion pages

Artist:              James Yang, Mike McQuade, Brian Stauffer, Harry Campbell, Matt Chase, Lauren Simkin Berke, Julianna Brion

“Some of the best illustrations we’ve seen this year used the entire page to make an impact.”                — Jim Datz and Hannah K. Lee, art directors              

   

   

   

   

Why ‘Black Panther’ Is a Defining Moment for Black America

Artist:          Najeebah Al-Ghadban

   

   

Letter of Recommendation: Airport Layovers

Artist:          Manshen Lo

 

Gaming Out a Chance at Motherhood — Later

Artist:          Brian Rea, with animation by Delcan & Company

         

               

                 Do You Like Your Name?                                          

Artist:              Alexander Glandien

“Alexander’s unconventional approach to image-making served him well for this piece on onomastics — the study of how our names shape the people we become.”                — Hannah K. Lee, art director              

   

   

         

               

                 America’s Real Digital Divide                                          

Artist:              Alexis Beauclair

   

   

   

   

Pleasure Reading

Artist:          Jillian Tamaki

“When Jillian sent in her final for this, my first thought was: ‘I’m getting fired.’ My second thought was: ‘Thank you.’ Looking at it for a few seconds longer, I got a little emotional at my desk. It’s so joyful and relaxed and celebratory — everything our sexual hang-ups and consequent politics are not.”            — Matt Dorfman, art director          

         

               

                 Two Novels Trace Parallels Between Past and Present, or Create Them                                          

Artist:              Sophy Hollington

   

   

         

               

                 Jenna Wortham’s All-Womxn Playlist                                          

Artist:              Molly Fairhurst

   

   

   

   

The Supreme Court Sticks It to Workers, Again

Artist:          Monica Ramos

“Monica offered a fresh take on corporations sticking it to workers. It reminds me of a Sonia Delaunay painting gone awry.”            — Sarah Williamson          

   

   

Warriors and Cavs Star in N.B.A.’s Version of Groundhog Day

Artist:          Daniel Zakroczemski

         

               

                 FIFA Prepares for a Post-Trump World                                          

Artist:              Leif Parsons

“Humor is great tool when imagining the future.”                — Antonio de Luca, art director              

   

   

         

               

                 Preventive Care Saves Money? Sorry, It’s Too Good to Be True                                          

Artist:              Sarah Mazzetti

“Sarah created a beautiful and unique twist on X-ray imagery to accompany an article about preventative care and its benefits.”                — Agnes Lee, art director              

   

   

   

   

New York City Can Protect Tenants Now

Artist:          Eleanor Davis

“When I first saw Eleanor’s sketch, a voice in my head howled, Arooooo!”            — Sarah Williamson, art director          

         

               

                 Letter of Recommendation: Women’s Clothing                                          

Artist:              Sara Andreasson

   

   

         

               

                 What’s Life Like After Depression? Surprisingly, Little Is Known                                          

Artist:              Scott Menchin

“I loved the simplicity, directness and light-hearted quality of this illustration. Scott gave us a different way of looking at a deeply human condition.”                — Catherine Gilmore-Barnes, art director              

   

   

   

   

James Frey Has Written His First Adult Novel in a Decade

Artist:          Na Kim

“This novel asked us to empathize with the problems of a successful screenwriter pining for an old flame. This being the year 2018, Na considered the pain of the successful white male — and responded accordingly.”            — Matt Dorfman, art director          


 

从今年“纽约时报”印刷和网络上出现的成千上万的插图中,主题很复杂:#MeToo,移民辩论,气候变化。跟纯文字不同, 图像增强了长篇文字所传递的信息,并传达情感和创造思维的空间。最值得注意的是那些让我们感到惊讶的东西,让我们感到值得一看的东西,让我们大笑 - 让我们停顿下来思考的东西。(摘编自时代周刊。)





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