The artist behind the award-winning Time "Trump Meltdown" cover believes images can galvanize people and spark important conversations.
Here, we look at recent magazine covers; from the hopeful to the caustic. These designs are bringing new life to the magazine industry, but at what cost?
In September 1914, the New York Times published a "Mid-Week Pictorial War Extra" as a Wednesday photographic supplement. It continued after the end of World War I and became known simply as the Mid-Week Pictorial. These images are from a 1915 edition.
Long gone TV personality Art Linkletter had a segment on his show House Party called “Kids Say The Darnedest Things.” Well, now its mom’s turn. Just in time for Mother’s Day, Time magazine has created a stir with its Are You Mom Enough cover. Here’s what Time has to say on its website: The...