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Time's Kremlin-White House Takeover Won't Be Popular With Trump

First Cover in a Decade Not to Feature a Cover Line

By Alexandra Jardine. Published on May 18, 2017

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Time Magazine's latest cover won't do anything to allay President Trump's suspicions that the media is out to get him in a massive witch hunt.

The illustration depicts the White House being taken over by the onion domes of the Kremlin (watch the video version to see it happen before your very eyes.) The illustration is by Ed Gabel of Brobel Design, and according to a tweet by Time executive editor Matt Vella, is the first in a decade to feature no cover line accompanying the illustration.

Funnily, the cover looks a whole heck of a lot like an image featured in Mad Magazine in December of last year. As asked by Ad Age's Media Guy, who wore it best?

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Date
May 18, 2017
Client:
Time
Illustration:
Brobel Design

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