“The art of the outrageous: Dashing, inventive and bold, George Lois shook up American Pop Culture in the 1950’s and beyond with controversial magazine covers that grabbed the public’s attention and forever raised the bar of creativity”

TOWN & COUNTRY

 

“The driving reason Lois has no contemporary heirs is that the magazine world has become drastically depoliticized since Esquire’s heyday, removed from battle. Politics has been ghettoized into the opinion journals, where liberals and conservatives sit in their chosen sandbox.

VANITY FAIR