Nearly a quarter of all National Geographic covers has an animal on it. This infographic shows which of them get featured the most.
Chances are a Bloomberg Businessweek cover has stopped you in your tracks at some point: Maybe it was the brilliant cat hurricane GIF, or airplanes humping mid-air, or the most anti-Apple typography ever slapped over Tim Cook's face. But behind the provocative graphic design is a smart strategy that's changing the way…
Ridley Scott's incredible attention to detail in Blade Runner stretched all the way to the newsstands sitting in the background. He asked concept artist Tom Southwell to create these magazine covers for his dystopian Los Angeles.
Terra was the most important postwar science fiction magazine in West Germany — and its covers were bursting with strange monsters and weird struggles in outer space. The Monster Brains blog has gathered some of the greatest monster-focused covers.
Hey! Just cause that one guy isn't around anymore doesn't mean we can't have a little fun with Photoshop now and then! Kim Kardashian, hoverboard enthusiast? Who knew. What other celebrity covers of the future can you dream up?
Kuo Design has rounded up an impressive collection of magazine covers bearing Jobs's face. Watch him as he loses hair; puts on weight, loses weight; has a brief flirtation with a bow tie, moustache, Sheryl Crow. Poor guy.
Here's the cover illustration for the story "D-3 Base De Monstruos" by Spanish artist Jose Luis Sampedro Macias, who drew dozens of covers for the pulp magazine Luchadores del Espacio, plus tons of pulp paperbacks, in the 1950s. Despite (or maybe because of) being unable to see the work of American artists of the…