One unusual, surprising and fun element of the Chicago Reader‘s redesign has been Editor Mara Shalhoup’s decision to treat the cover as “a gallery wall of sorts” from time to time. This week, a bright and playful illustration perfectly matches the mood of summer in Chicago – we’ve got some great weather and clear skies […]
Windy City publisher J.C. GabelÂ this month revived “The Chicagoan” magazine, which originally was launched in 1926 and lasted 9 years. Their covers were illustrative, alluring, and dynamic – I’ve posted a few of my favorites from that period over at my Facebook page. Make sure to “LIKE” the page and you’ll be alerted to informative, […]
What the heck is this? Would you run a cover like this – including your logo translated to Chinese? Learn more after the jump!