When people talk about ‘great magazine covers’, George Lois usually comes to mind and his hot streak in the ’60s, with covers like this, and this. But after listening to an episode of NPR, apparently George Lois was full of sh*t most the time. Being an adman he could talk his way out of paper bag so that’s no surprise (but worth listening). Anyway, I prefer to look back to the ’40s when a young Paul Rand was art directing over there.
Also I think I want to work for either US GQ or US Wired. What’s that ‘Secret’ thing where something you want manifests..?