How Lois’s Esquire Cover Could Have Looked

In New York a couple of weeks ago I popped in to MoMa (well I queued up for ages and then fought my way in) where there is a small but nonetheless worthwhile show of George Lois’s famous Esquire covers. On a light table sat this transparency – a working mock-up of one of the most famous magazine covers of all time.

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