National Geographic has its fair share of touching, permanent cover versions, such as the "Afghan Girl" of 1985, probably the best-known picture of the publication.
For his cover in June 2018 and part of his "Planet or Plastic?" The magazine published a cover that is widely used on the Internet and described as "terrible" and "brilliant".
The photo, designed by Mexican artist Jorge Gamboa, shows a plastic bag partially submerged in the ocean that the world's plastic pollution problem is "just the tip of the iceberg".
Gamboa had submitted the artwork titled  Iceberg Plástico to the Bolivian Biennial of the poster in 201
Now National Geographic The artwork will become iconic.
wow. In the early nineties in Kathmandu I bought my biggest annual donation @NatGeo from the 1960s to the 1980s with my Dashain Tika money. They were my first introduction to visual storytelling and environmental journalism. The December 1988 hologram cover felt pretty ultimate.
This 06. 2018 is powerful! https://t.co/P8aqWQGaEG
– Kashish The Shrestha (@kashishds) May 17, 2018