Maryland Institute College of Art faculty member David Plunkert is behind a striking cover for The New Yorker magazine that memorializes the victims from the mass shooting in Las Vegas.
The cover for the Oct. 16 issue is peppered with a bullets — each one bearing the name of a victim of the Oct. 1 shooting at a Las Vegas concert that killed 58 people and injured more than 500.
“Based on the prevalence of guns in this country, there’s a bullet for every man, woman, and child,” Plunkert, an illustration faculty member and graphic designer at MICA, told The New Yorker about the cover, titled “October 1, 2017: One Day in a Nation of Guns.”
This is the second New Yorker cover Plunkert has designed in recent months.
In August, he was responsible for creating an image of President Donald Trump in a boat blowing at a sail that resembles a white Klu Klux Klan hood. That cover came in the aftermath of the deadly white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Va.
Plunkert tweeted out his most recent cover on Friday.