October 05, 2017
How, in a (theoretically) civilized society, should the media report about mass shootings? Specifically, what kind of images are acceptable to publish, particularily on newspaper front pages and magazine covers that might be seen by children?
March 02, 2017
As a lead-in to its investigation into possible Trump-Putin connections by Editor David Remnick and Writers Evan Osnos and Joshua Yaffa, the New Yorker made an "update" to its
February 16, 2017
Today, Time magazine unveiled the cover of its latest issue, with familiar protagonist Donald Trump. The illustration depicts the president sitting at his desk in the Oval Office, face calm and stern, fingertips pressed together.
August 16, 2016
Simone Biles, Katie Ledecky and Michael Phelps pose with the medals they've won in the 2016 Rio Olympics on the new Sports Illustrated cover -- but unfortunate timing means Biles is two medals down from her final count.
June 24, 2016
Shortly after the shocking news broke this morning of the U.K.'s vote to leave the European Union, The Economist tweeted its latest cover: a torn Britsh flag and the caption "A tragic split."
January 15, 2016
Back in March of last year, Vogue Editor-in-Chief Anna Wintour showed she was a good sport in the world of "Zoolander 2" promotions when she shot a backstage video with Derek Zoolander when he and Hansel (played by Ben Stiller and Owen Wilson)
January 12, 2016
The Guardian devoted its entire front cover this morning to David Bowie with a stunning black and white image of the singer, simply titled "David Bowie: 1947 - 2016." The words "the guardian" are in pale blue and white, perhaps a reference to the
August 07, 2015
Admittedly, virtual reality is a hard thing to illustrate. The experience itself can't be replicated on a flat screen, and it's best conveyed when you actually don the (for now) bulky headsets it requires.
June 01, 2015
Until New Year's, we'll be counting down the best work of the year in TV/Film/Branded Content, Print/Outdoor/Design and Interactive/Integrated (IX) as our picks of the day.
March 24, 2015
For its latest cover highlighting a story about former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's e-mail fiasco, The New Yorker tapped illustrator Barry Blitt to create a series of Hillary-themed emoji.
February 18, 2015
Wired has launched a "sex issue" -- but this isn't Sports Illustrated's Swimsuit Issue. The front cover isn't sexy, but instead portrays "sex in the digital age." In other words, a couple of texting bubbles.
January 14, 2015
Through New Year's, we'll be counting down the best work of the year in TV/Film/Branded Content, Print/Outdoor/Design and Interactive/Integrated (IX) as our picks of the day.