I love these illustrations for The New Yorker. They were created by The Tree House Press, the alias of UK-based illustrator Marc Aspinall. Influenced strongly by mid-century illustration; his work is utterly charming with wonderful colors and textures and a terrific sense of energy.
Over the years Marc has worked on a number of projects and commissions, creating editorial illustrations for clients such as Monocle, The New York Times and GQ Japan. His work for The New Yorker frequently covers popular culture and should serve as a wonderful introduction to what he does. I particularly love his image below for Inside Llewyn Davis.
You can see more from Marc by visiting his website here.