If George Lois were doing Esquire covers today, what would he do about the election outcome? Here's his response.
The City College of New York presented its Presidential Award to wunder-elder, art director and "big idea" ad man George Lois. Read his acceptance speech here.
A few months ago, George and Luke Lois were approached by SOMA to advertise their launch in the U.S.
George Lois has branded, promoted, advertised and otherwise created the visual and typographic stories that comprise much American popular culture.
One of the few Esquire covers created by George Lois to ever be killed was this one inspired by a James Baldwin article in the November 1970 issue.
Michael Dooley shares a post-finale essay on advertising for the hit TV series Mad Men.
George Lois is Greek through and through, so it is fitting that a young Greek publisher, Key Books, is publishing his Damn Good Advice later this year.
Famed ad man George Lois and Luke Lois have been creating these political ad caricatures for The Nation as a part of the Timeless WHopper campaign to illustrate some of the biggest fibs made by public figures.
Everyone will approach the fifth edition of Meggs’ History of Graphic Design through their own personal filters. Steve Heller’s already done his overview of the print and digital versions. Paul Shaw may pick up his Blue Pencil to correct factual and editorial errors. Marxist and feminist critics might deal with the two Martha Stewart...
What did we do before the Internet made it possible to preserve almost anything? Some of you probably don’t remember when you had to go to a design conference to hear about things like “creativity,” and be creatively inspired. Now, it is as close as your computer screen. TED Talks, Creative Mornings, SVA MFA...