The New Yorker
Posted 6 years ago and submitted by John W. Tomac | Share link:

Cover illustration for the The New Yorker. The Statue of Liberty was a lighthouse in New York Harbor that welcomed generations of immigrants to the United States. That beacon of freedom has been extinguished by President Trump. Last week’s ban on refugees and travelers from seven countries is at odds with what America tells the world that it stands for.

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John W. Tomac is an illustrator who specializes in creating conceptual images with a little bit of mid-century styling. John grew up in Stratford, Conn., earned a Bachelor of Fi… Show more.

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