Andrew Cuomo coronavirus poster, ‘New York Tough,’ prompts anger, bewilderment
The coronavirus has killed more than 32,000 people in New York, and if you want a memorial poster, Gov. Andrew Cuomo has you covered. And he made it himself.
The governor took to Twitter on Monday evening to push what he called the “New York Tough” poster.
“The Sea of Division. The Boyfriend Cliff. The Sun On The Other Side. See it all for yourself,” Mr. Cuomo wrote.
The Sea of Division. The Boyfriend Cliff. The Sun On The Other Side. See it all for yourself.
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The collage-style image on the poster, being hawked on the governor’s official state site, features an island in the shape of the COVID-19 disease curve … a steep climb followed by a sharp incline.
It resembles a Renaissance-style map with somewhat more-modern imagery, of a geographic space garlanded by images representing forces and events.
Among many others, there’s an image of a gusting wind, common in such maps, only here labeled as the “WH Task Force” blowing “Winds of Fear.” A man who looks like President Trump is sitting on a crescent-shaped moon labeled “It’s Just The Flu.”
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