The New Yorker's Eustace Tilley Contest


Chelsie Gosk says: The New Yorker invites artists, designers, and readers of all ages to enter the Eustace Tilley Contest and create their own version of Tilley, the iconic dandy who appeared on the magazine’s first cover in 1925 and has returned for nearly every anniversary issue since.

Up to 20 winning entries will be published on to commemorate the magazine’s 83rd anniversary.

Show here, R. Crumb's 1994 interpretation of Eustace Tilley.