I really like the latest* cover of the New Yorker.
I like the slightly retro look and feel, but what makes it special is the juxtaposition of the spaceport outside (Kids! It's the future!) and the all-too-familiar airport lounge (Kids! Stop running around!**) the two separated by the humongous architect's windows.
They can make big windows in the airport, but the 'planes are still late. What do you think space travel will become like? Mundane, just like air travel did.
The facts are the image is Luke Pearson's 'Now Boarding', details and background on the New Yorker's website here.
*Latest here - that's two issues ago to New Yorkers.
**To be fair, while the kids are running in the pic, there's no conflict pictured in the lounge. I just projected that.