Besides the articles, the breath-taking stories, there are the photos, the imagery which has the strong power of moving our souls, impressing our minds, melting our hearts. A story shall go hand in hand with stunning visuals in order to create a perfectly-documented and well-told article. The New Yorker chose their best and we thought you'd like to see them. From the Mexico migrant caravan, to the Florida voting booth, these are photos that will give you a 2018 last perspective and maybe a new sense of the future and the world we're living in. Enjoy!
1. The Woolsey Fire, near Los Angeles as seen from the West Hills
2.SpaceShipTwo, a sixty-foot craft craft
3. A nine-year-old boy from the Portfolio “Gun Country”
4. A photo illustration of Andy Clark, a philosopher and cognitive scientist at the University of Edinburgh
5. Earl Sweatshirt portrait
6.U.S Senate campaign in Texas
7.Joanne Petit-Frere modelling her own creation
8.Conceptual photo illustration for "The Story of a Trans Woman's Face"
10. Westminster Kennel Club Sog Show from Madison Square Garden competitor
11. Re-created Ancient polychrome sculpture
12.A portrait of Astrid Holleeder for the story "How a Notorious Gangster Was Exposed by His Own Sister
13.The painter and the portrait
15."When Deportation Is a Death Sentence"
16.The Florida gubernatorial candidate Andrew Gillum taking his kids to the polls
17.“What Does It Mean to Die?”
18.“The Migrant Caravan Reaches a Crossroads in Southern Mexico"