Covering the Wild Things

The next issues of Little White Lies and Huck will look remarkably good on your newsagent’s shelves: the magazines’ covers are two parts of a single illustration by Geoff McFetridge

The next issues of Little White Lies and Huck will look remarkably good on your newsagent’s shelves: the magazines’ covers are two parts of a single illustration by Geoff McFetridge…

The Church Of London, the creative agency founded by Rob Longworth, Danny Miller and Paul Willoughby, publishes, art directs and designs both film magazine Little White Lies and surf, skate and snowboarding style title, Huck.

The forthcoming issues feature Spike Jonze’s Where The Wild Things Are in some way: the director is interviewed in Huck (hence he appears on the cover alonside some rather intrusive “wild things”), while Little White Lies is wholly dedicated to the new film, based on Maurice Sendak’s children’s book (main character, Max, features on their cover).

Little White Lies is published on 31 October, Huck comes out in November.

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