One day, I hope to give speeches like this: (From Adage.com) George Lois, the man who created the iconic and much-lauded Esquire magazine covers of the ‘60s “Golden Age of Journalism,” spent his lunchtime speech at the American Magazine Conference “dressing down the illustrious magazine establishment of America” for its “boring, adoring, butt-kissing magazine covers.”
Come on, George. Tell us what you really think.
Sidenote: You’ll recall, last month the MPA paid Jon Stewart a $250,000 to come beat up on the industry.
Is this enlightenment or masochism?