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February 7, 2013
richardturley:

New Cover - Erasable YouWhy Snapchat might upend social media, undermine law enforcement and make the internet fun again
Photograph by Charlie Engman

God, I hope the physical cover does that.

richardturley:

New Cover - Erasable You
Why Snapchat might upend social media, undermine law enforcement and make the internet fun again

Photograph by Charlie Engman

God, I hope the physical cover does that.

9:13 // 1 year ago
December 6, 2012
richardturley:

Apple CEO Tim CookExclusive Interview
Photograph by Platon

Speaking of Tim Cook, Looks like Bloomberg Businessweek scored a good interview.

richardturley:

Apple CEO Tim Cook
Exclusive Interview

Photograph by Platon

Speaking of Tim Cook, Looks like Bloomberg Businessweek scored a good interview.

8:48 // 1 year ago
August 9, 2012
azipaybarah:

Interview Issue by bizweekdesign on Flickr.

Stroked cursive type only looks good when Bloomberg Businessweek does it.

azipaybarah:

Interview Issue by bizweekdesign on Flickr.

Stroked cursive type only looks good when Bloomberg Businessweek does it.

22:54 // 1 year ago
August 2, 2012
18:52 // 1 year ago
July 26, 2012
richardturley:

King Karl
Karl Rove’s $1 billion plan to become CEO of the Republican Party

Karl Rove is giving us a serious case of scopophobia right now.

richardturley:

King Karl

Karl Rove’s $1 billion plan to become CEO of the Republican Party

Karl Rove is giving us a serious case of scopophobia right now.

9:41 // 1 year ago
July 5, 2012
azipaybarah:

American Badass by bizweekdesign on Flickr.

Not as awesome as planes having sex, but close.

azipaybarah:

American Badass by bizweekdesign on Flickr.

Not as awesome as planes having sex, but close.

22:43 // 1 year ago
June 13, 2012
16:22 // 1 year ago
February 2, 2012
imwithkanye:

Pictured above is an earlier version of the current cover of Bloomberg Businessweek. Richard Turley, the publication’s Creative Director (who is also on Tumblr), explains why his favorite version was scrapped: 

We tried two versions of our planes screwing cover. This was the other option which I really want to show people. I love it - probably more than I love the cover we went for. Love the woman covering her child’s eyes and the people going crazy in the control tower. But we thought (i think rightly) that the simplicity of the clouds cover made for a more direct, impactful cover.
You can also see that we were messing around with the livery on the front of the planes, trying to carve out some mouth shapes.. which didnt really work.
And this was before we added ‘romantic light’ to the scene…
Illustration by Justin Metz
(NB - The idea holds a debt of inspiration to this classic Economist cover)


Fans of plane porn, today is your lucky day.

imwithkanye:

Pictured above is an earlier version of the current cover of Bloomberg Businessweek. Richard Turley, the publication’s Creative Director (who is also on Tumblr), explains why his favorite version was scrapped: 

We tried two versions of our planes screwing cover. This was the other option which I really want to show people. I love it - probably more than I love the cover we went for. Love the woman covering her child’s eyes and the people going crazy in the control tower. But we thought (i think rightly) that the simplicity of the clouds cover made for a more direct, impactful cover.

You can also see that we were messing around with the livery on the front of the planes, trying to carve out some mouth shapes.. which didnt really work.

And this was before we added ‘romantic light’ to the scene…

Illustration by Justin Metz

(NB - The idea holds a debt of inspiration to this classic Economist cover)

Fans of plane porn, today is your lucky day.

12:02 // 2 years ago
January 23, 2012

Mitt Romney, roughed up (in magazine form): Looks like magazines can’t help but to make Mitt’s metaphorical black eyes real. Left: A rejected Bloomberg Businessweek cover from about two weeks ago. Right: This week’s New York Magazine cover. (Thanks BuzzFeed for tipping us off to the former.) UPDATE: Capital New York talked to both publications about the covers.

15:53 // 2 years ago