New York Daily News continues to parody Donald Trump with a new cover depicting the president as Austin Powers’ nemesis, which hits newsstands Thursday. Here are more examples of cover art that has taken shots at Trump in creative ways.
German publication Der Spiegel published its cover of Trump with Lady Liberty’s severed head in one hand, and a bloody knife in the other, on Feb. 3.
New York Daily News paid homage to horror classic “Dawn of the Dead” with its Feb. 10, 2016 cover, which depicts Trump (then New Hampshire primary winner) as the cult leader of a “mindless” mass.
New York Daily News didn’t hold back from making the most of Trump’s “grab them by the p—y” remark for its Oct. 8, 2016 edition, by incorporating six shocked-looking felines to bleep “p—y.”
“The idea that his words have consequences never penetrates,” wrote the editor of Esquire, explaining the magazine’s decision to label Trump as the “Hater in Chief,” for its February 2016 issue.
Time’s choice to anoint Trump as 2016’s person of the year angered many of his critics — that’s until they got a look at the cover, which appears to adorn the president with devil horns, thanks to a cleverly placed “M.”
New York Magazine’s Oct. 28, 2016 cover, by American artist Barbara Kruger, serves a reminder of how the world thought the election was going to go.
Newscastle Herald’s front page cried for “Help” the morning after Trump defeated Hillary Clinton in the election.
Time enlisted artist Edel Rodrigueaz to creatively depict Trump’s volatile post-convention run for its Aug. 18, 2016 issue.
To capture the “rising anger within the Republican party leadership about their standard bearer’s behavior,” Time re-enlisted Rodriguez to offer a variation on his provocative cover for its Oct. 12, 2016 issue.