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?
April 19, 2017
Forbes Brazil is highlighting the gender pay gap in a print campaign that creates female counterparts to some of the world's best-known billionaires, showing how much less they would be worth if they had been born as a woman.
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
June 10, 2015
Rolling Stone pays tribute to Steve Jobs, but also anyone else who has his questioning spirit, in this witty ad from Argentina. It features a whole bunch of ordinary people looking a lot like the late Apple founder.
February 18, 2015
The New Yorker asked artists, and readers, to contribute their interpretations of the magazine's iconic front cover dandy (Eustace Tilley, for those that didn't know), for its 90th anniversary issue.
September 30, 2013
This year's September Vogue had 665 ad pages, the highest number of ad pages for the fashion Bible since 2008. That's well and good for magazine publishers, but if you're in it for the articles, perhaps a bit of a drag.