A Visual History of the Ever Changing Profile of ‘The New Yorker’ Mascot Eustace Tilley

Eustace Tilley, the dandy mascot of the long-running magazine The New Yorker, has appeared on a great many covers since his (and the magazine’s) inception in 1925, but not always in the same style, fashion and/or gender. In order to highlight his ever-morphing nature, the New Yorker has created an amusing video that provides a visual history of Tilley’s more memorable moments.

A montage of the New Yorker covers that have presented its dandy mascot, Eustace Tilley, over the years.