“At the pulsing intersection of ’60s iconography and iconoclasm stood George Lois, genius adman, who went on to sock it to the nation’s eyeballs as Esquire’s cover designer.”

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“George Lois created the most memorable covers in American magazine history...unusual, unconventional,and instantly famous: the dreaded heavyweight boxing champion and ex-con, Sonny Liston, in a Santa Claus suit; Svetlana Stalin, the Soviet dictator’s daughter, with her father’s mustache; and St. Patrick’s Cathedral as a movie theater. Harold Hayes loved the controversy they engendered.”

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