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Pictures of the Week 10.19.17

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Art book captures spaceship artist's drawing-a-day regime

Jeff Zugale is an artist specializing almost exclusively in spaceships: if you've seen a really nice spaceship in a game (Bioshock, Sunset Eve) or …

The best #architecture posts of 2015 include this 269-square-foot “prairie style” #cottage on wheels by #escapehomes that you can pack up and go vacation in or move into permanently anytime you want.

“Pete is why this book exists in the first place—he’s what the story’s about, even if he died years ago,” Maira Kalman says of the canine…

“Pete is why this book exists in the first place—he’s what the story’s about, even if he died years ago,” <b>Maira Kalman</b> says of the canine companion who served as the inspiration for her new book, “Beloved Dog.”<p>“Pete came into our house and he was funny and scruffy, he was like a cartoon—he jumped up on all four legs. I think that probably spoke to me: “Oh, he’s not really a dog, he’s a cartoon!” And then he never left my side. I became the person who took care of him. He was this extraordinary, …

A cartoon by Edward Steed. See more cartoons from this week’s issue

A cartoon by <b>Edward Steed</b>.<p>See more cartoons from this week’s issue.

Playing Handel in KinshasaTwenty years ago, Armand Diangienda created the Kimbanguist Symphony Orchestra with little money, few instrumen…

Twenty years ago, Armand Diangienda created the Kimbanguist Symphony Orchestra with little money, few instruments, and no expectations of fame or acclaim. <b>Alexis Okeowo</b> looks at the rise of the unexpected ensemble, in this week’s issue.<p><i>Illustration by Josh Cochran</i>

Cars vs. Bikes vs. Pedestrians

Whichever mode of transportation you currently happen to be using—whether you’re the pedestrian, the cyclist, or the driver—you are correct, no matter the scenario. Everyone else is in your way, wrong, annoying, and otherwise a terrible human being.<p>The fight for the streets is, presumably, as old as the streets. From the moment the first horse and buggy hit the London pavement, hansom drivers and startled pedestrians likely had words. But why does this particular drama play out as it does? And …

A cartoon by Bruce Eric Kaplan. See more cartoons from this week’s issue

A cartoon by <b>Bruce Eric Kaplan</b>. See more cartoons from this week’s issue.

“Starting at the coffee cup, you go up to the round thing, then you go left where there’s a big cog, and to the left of that there’s…

“Starting at the coffee cup, you go up to the round thing, then you go left where there’s a big cog, and to the left of that there’s something that looks a bit like a typewriter–that’s the Sinclair ZX81. That was my first computer, back in maybe 1984 or ’85,” the illustrator <b>Christoph Niemann</b> says of “Coffee Break,” his cover for this week’s issue.

Cartoon by Tom Chitty. See more cartoons from this week’s issue

Cartoon by <b>Tom Chitty</b>. See more cartoons from this week’s issue.

Are Polls Ruining Democracy?

Every election is a morality play. The Candidate tries to speak to the People but is thwarted by Negative Campaigning, vilified by a Biased Media, and haunted by a War Record. I am who I am, the Candidate says, and my Opponents are flunkies. Trump makes this claim with unrivalled swagger, but citing his campaign’s lack of a pollster as proof of his character, while fascinating, is utterly disingenuous. The Path to Office is long. To reach the Land of Caucuses and Primaries, the Candidate must …

The artist Seth’s “Virtual Music" is the cover of our annual Tech Issue, out this week. Read about the cartoonist on newyorker.com

The artist <b>Seth</b>’s “Virtual Music" is the cover of our annual Tech Issue, out this week. Read about the cartoonist on newyorker.com.

A cartoon by Drew Dernavich. See more cartoons here. 

A cartoon by <b>Drew Dernavich</b>. See more cartoons here.

The Trip Planners

The twenty-year-old Web site Erowid is a catalogue of hundreds of psychoactive substances, and a primary resource for recreational users and toxicologists alike. <b>Emily Witt</b> spoke to its founders, who go by the names Earth and Fire, in our annual Tech Issue.<p><i>Photograph by Andrew B. Myers / Hand Lettering by Mousecake</i>

A cartoon by Liana Finck.See more cartoons from this week’s issue

A cartoon by <b>Liana Finck.</b>

A cartoon by Roz Chast. See more cartoons from this week’s issue

A cartoon by <b>Roz Chast</b>. See more cartoons from this week’s issue.

“It’s horrible when war comes knocking at your door

“It’s horrible when war comes knocking at your door. This is where I live—it’s my neighborhood,” says the Parisian artist <b>Charles Berberian</b> about “Paris, November 2015,” his cover for this week’s issue.

The visual and verbal language of gender fluidity has become a minefield, Anthony Lane writes, and the film “The Danish Girl” is a master…

The visual and verbal language of gender fluidity has become a minefield, <b>Anthony Lane</b> writes, and the film “The Danish Girl” is a master class in how to tiptoe through it. Read his review on newyorker.com.<p><i>Illustration by Tina Berning</i>

The cover for this week’s issue, “Mirror,” becomes...

The cover for this week’s issue, “Mirror,” becomes a story of its own in an animated video. The story, narrated by Ira Glass and co-produced by “This …

“What would it look like if I took America’s obsession with firearms to its logical extreme?” says the artist Eric Drooker about “Shoppin…

“What would it look like if I took America’s obsession with firearms to its logical extreme?” says the artist <b>Eric Drooker</b> about “Shopping Days,” his cover for next week’s issue. Read more.

A cartoon by Christopher Weyant. See more cartoons from this week’s issue

A cartoon by <b>Christopher Weyant</b>.

A cartoon by Liana Finck. Discover more cartoons with our randomizer

A cartoon by <b>Liana Finck</b>. Discover more cartoons with our randomizer.

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