Illustrator Paul Rogers has helped create The Raymond Chandler Map of Los Angeles, beautifully illustrated in vintage 1940s paperback style.

Illustrator Paul Rogers has helped create The Raymond Chandler Map of Los Angeles, beautifully illustrated in vintage 1940s paperback style.

Illustrator Josh Gosfield created this series of banners for the Atlantic Antic, the big street fair held in Brooklyn this past weekend. Here’s a link for more info.

It’s a happy day, because there’s a new issue of Anorak, “The Happy Mag for Kids.” Cover illustration: Dan Woodger.

It’s a happy day, because there’s a new issue of Anorak, “The Happy Mag for Kids.” Cover illustration: Dan Woodger.

Entertainment Weekly, 1995 Year-End Special issue. Art director: Florian Bachleda, design director: Robert Newman.
For the Contents page of the Entertainment Weekly year-end issue in 1995, art director Florian Bachleda assigned an illustrated 1995 A to Z, featuring 27 top illustrators, each drawing a letter (the 27th was Paul Corio, who drew the title panel). This was a riff on an illustration series that Corio did when we were all at the Village Voice. Illustrators include: S.B. Whitehead, Bob Eckstein, Kaz, J.D. King, Steve Cerio, Josh Gosfield, Anita Kunz, David Coulson, Barry Blitt, Drew Friedman, Ross MacDonald, Kim Roberson, Calef Brown, Stephen Kroninger, Hanoch Piven, Lynda Barry, Hungry Dog Studios, Scott Menchin, Danny Hellman, Sue Coe, Frances Jetter, David Cowles, Eric Palma, Gary Panter, Mark Matcho, and Michael Dougan, plus Paul Corio on the title panel.
Fans of Entertainment Weekly's visual legacy will not want to miss For the Love of … Entertainment Weekly, the historic gathering of all seven EW design directors on September 30 in NYC, hosted by the Society of Publication Designers. Tickets are going fast!

Entertainment Weekly, 1995 Year-End Special issue. Art director: Florian Bachleda, design director: Robert Newman.

For the Contents page of the Entertainment Weekly year-end issue in 1995, art director Florian Bachleda assigned an illustrated 1995 A to Z, featuring 27 top illustrators, each drawing a letter (the 27th was Paul Corio, who drew the title panel). This was a riff on an illustration series that Corio did when we were all at the Village Voice. Illustrators include: S.B. Whitehead, Bob Eckstein, Kaz, J.D. King, Steve Cerio, Josh Gosfield, Anita Kunz, David Coulson, Barry Blitt, Drew Friedman, Ross MacDonald, Kim Roberson, Calef Brown, Stephen Kroninger, Hanoch Piven, Lynda Barry, Hungry Dog Studios, Scott Menchin, Danny Hellman, Sue Coe, Frances Jetter, David Cowles, Eric Palma, Gary Panter, Mark Matcho, and Michael Dougan, plus Paul Corio on the title panel.

Fans of Entertainment Weekly's visual legacy will not want to miss For the Love of … Entertainment Weekly, the historic gathering of all seven EW design directors on September 30 in NYC, hosted by the Society of Publication Designers. Tickets are going fast!

New cover of Foreign Policy
Creative director: Lindsay Ballant
Illustrator: Ian Wright

New cover of Foreign Policy

Creative director: Lindsay Ballant

Illustrator: Ian Wright
The New Yorker, September 8, 2012
Illustration: Mark Ulriksen
Cover art director: Francoise Mouly, creative director: Wyatt Mitchell

The New Yorker, September 8, 2012

Illustration: Mark Ulriksen

Cover art director: Francoise Mouly, creative director: Wyatt Mitchell

gymclassmag:

Gym Class 11
Newsstand cover by illustrator Noma Bar.
Gym Class is a quality zine about magazines and the peeps who make them, mostly.
Issue 11 includes Q&As with the creative director of The New Yorker; the editor and art director of ZEIT Magazin; the creative director of Monocle; and the creative director of magCulture.
Pre-order here.

gymclassmag:

Gym Class 11

Newsstand cover by illustrator Noma Bar.

Gym Class is a quality zine about magazines and the peeps who make them, mostly.

Issue 11 includes Q&As with the creative director of The New Yorker; the editor and art director of ZEIT Magazin; the creative director of Monocle; and the creative director of magCulture.

Pre-order here.

"One of New York’s original Mad Men." The Museum of the City of New York is hosting an exhibit of 40s-60s illustrator McCauley Conner. The show opens September 10 and features vintage advertising and magazine illustration.

"One of New York’s original Mad Men." The Museum of the City of New York is hosting an exhibit of 40s-60s illustrator McCauley Conner. The show opens September 10 and features vintage advertising and magazine illustration.

The Crisis, September 1918
Cover illustration: Frank Walts
See a collection of complete issue scans of The Crisis, the official magazine of the NAACP, from 1910-22.
The New Yorker, September 1, 2014
Illustration: Eric Drooker
Cover art director: Francoise Mouly, creative director: Wyatt Mitchell
Read more about this Ferguson cover here.

The New Yorker, September 1, 2014

Illustration: Eric Drooker

Cover art director: Francoise Mouly, creative director: Wyatt Mitchell

Read more about this Ferguson cover here.