KarlssonWilker Make The Cover of Time

Give KarlssonWilker a cover to design and, somehow, they will find a way to get their faces on it. Readers will remember our June cover starring the pair in full, terrifying, Karaoke flow: now they’ve managed to get themselves on the cover of Time, but you have to look hard to spot them

Give KarlssonWilker a cover to design and, somehow, they will find a way to get their faces on it. Readers will remember our June cover starring the pair in full, terrifying, Karaoke flow: now they’ve managed to get themselves on the cover of Time, but you have to look hard to spot them


Our June cover, with rock gods Hjalti Karlsson and Jan Wilker


And here they are sneaking onto Time – just

The cover is for Time’s annual round-up issue: KarlssonWilker designed both it and the coverage inside which runs from pages 47 – 60.




On the Creative Review back cover, KarlssonWilker managed to sneak in this little pornographic delight, which a few readers spotted

Rumour has it, there’s something similar in this issue of Time but we haven’t discovered it yet…

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