“George Lois reinvented celebrity, topping Sonny Liston’s scowl with a Santa hat, slapping a Beatles’ wig on Ed Sullivan, or popping Andy Warhol into the soup to create his own Pop classic.”

ESQUIRE

 

“Of the 50 Best Magazines Ever, the Esquire of the ‘60s is far and away No.1. Esquire captured last century’s most dynamic decade, visually and literally altering the way  Americans thought about their changing country: Sonny Liston as a black Santa Claus!Anti-Vietnam War martyr Muhammad Ali as St. Sebastian! Ed Sullivan as a Beatle! And St. Patrick’s as a movie house! We rest our case.”

GOOD MAGAZINE, THE MEDIA ISSUE