“The most familiar–and provocative–images of the age...Superman of Madison Avenue...this immigrant-florist’s son is America’s master communicator. George Lois is a genius.”

NEW YORK MAGAZINE

 

“The great master of the conceptual magazine cover was the art director, George Lois, who created so many legendary covers for Esquire in the sixties. When Muhammad Ali was convicted of draft evasion and stripped of his heavyweight boxing title, Lois depicted him as the martyred St. Sebastian, with arrows sticking out of his body–and he drowned Andy Warhol in a can of Campbell’s soup!”

ANNIE LIEBOVITZ