Is it the one with the G. I. Joe minesweeping candy dots? Levon Helm waving from the stage? The psychedelic portrait of Homer Simpson?
To celebrate Chronogram’s 20th anniversary this year, we’re commemorating the magazine’s iconic covers. We’ve scoured our archives and collected all of the nearly 200 covers featuring work by local artists from 1993 to now.
Browse through our complete gallery, and vote for your favorite one. Make sure to look through all of the covers on this page before voting. To vote, simply click the image at the beginning or end of the gallery that says "Vote for Your Favorite Chronogram Cover Now." You can also click here to access the survey. To place your vote, you'll need to enter an e-mail address and password. Voting is limited to once per e-mail address. Polls will be open from May 1 through July 15.
An Ikea heart pillow attacks its owner with a knife. A body blends into a wall of Internet memes like a Redditing chameleon. A picnicking couple is smothered by a pile of corn. These are all scenes that you will find in Margeaux Walter's photographs or short films.