A new exhibition in Brooklyn looks at a few examples from the more than four hundred pieces of fold-in art created by the MAD Magazine mastermind.
Vogue covers by the surrealist master
Are you an exceptional designer or art director chock full of creativity, skill, and a sense of humor? If so, then longtime TWBE reader and newly minted Creative Director at MIT Technology Review, Nick Vokey, might have a job for you. He’s looking to fill two positions at the magazine to help complete his vision of a periodical with “a look and feel that’s equally at home with a CEO, a professor, and a designer.” Sound interesting? Check the listing here and make the change
Is Terry Richardson an Artist or a Predator? by Benjamin Wallace
One of the most famous photographers in the world is also now one of its most vilified.
From an old issue of Stress Magazine: Top NYC writers (and Henry Chalfant) pick their favorite painted trains.
A very cool new surfing publication from Europe that aims to inspire and inform your time out of the water.
When You Read An Interview And You Imagine That The Guy Asking The Questions Sounds Like Johnny Utah
Keanu Reeves talks to Robert Longo. “Fuck yeah.”
In the new Lui magazine, photographed by Terry Richardson
National Geographic’s vintage collection archivist Bill Bonner tends to over eight million images, each one special to him in its own way.
A look through the 2014 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue.
See the pictorials in all their glory here
Curated by Amy Nicole Hood and photographed by Jonathan Leder, Fetishisms Manifesto is a bi-annual erotic publication “inspired by the under the counter nudie-mags of the 1950s.”
Curated by Lucky Peach and Monica LoCascio, THE ART IN ARTICLE features work from the pages of Lucky Peach. It’s open to the public today and tomorrow at the Bleecker Street Arts Club. (Flyer after the jump)
Photos by Christos Katsiaouni
A zine by Richard Prince that was included as a supplement to issue #23 of The Journal in 2008