Robert Newman

@Newmanology

Creative director of Reader's Digest. Former design director of Real Simple, Fortune, Vibe, Details, New York & Entertainment Weekly

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COVER OF THE DAY: Foto-rama, 1958, featuring amazing cover photo of

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"The Gospel According to Paul," great new cover featuring Paul McCartney.

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BLACK HISTORY MONTH COVER OF THE DAY: Opportunity, "A Journal of Negro Life," Jan. 1925. Harlem Renaissance!

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COVER OF THE DAY: New Statesman, 1980. "Reagan: Candidate of the Lunatic Right," killer illo by Ralph Steadman.

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Brilliant cover illustration by featuring Newt & Mitt as The Odd Couple.

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Shirley Chisholm for President button, 1972.

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BLACK HISTORY MONTH COVER OF THE DAY#3: Jet, April 1970. On the cover: Congresswoman Shirley Chisholm.

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Smart and elegant new illustrated cover of Worth magazine, by , "The World of Bespoke"

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Great new cover, featuring Diplo, Skrillex & A-Trak. I have no idea who they are, but they look cool!

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Provocative new cover from , "Let's Get It On," with airplane sex, via

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Players magazine calendar, 1976, featuring a heart-racing photograph of Pam Grier.

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Players magazine cover, mid-1970s, with photo of Pam Grier. Wow!

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BLACK HISTORY COVER OF THE DAY#2: The Crisis, NAACP magazine, February 1920. Cover illustration by Frank Walts

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First look at redesigned Harper's Bazaar cover, with photo of Gwyneth Paltrow by Terry Richardson, via

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Don Cornelius, producer and host of Soul Train, R.I.P.

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BLACK HISTORY COVER OF THE DAY#1: Black Enterprise, October 1976. Cover illustration by Overton Loyd.

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Cool, amazingly minimal and graphic cover of , February 2012.

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"Amazing Invention: This Robot Can Make Love," classic mid-60s tabloid newspaper cover.

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The new cover is on fire! "Amazon Wants to Burn the Book Business," via

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New Washingtonian mag cover: HIgh Society - Washington's Secret Love Affair With Marijuana, illo by Jesse Lenz

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