Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Esquire vs. RollingStone Brazil


Original post at SPD.

Portland Monthly vs....


Check out the original post at SPD. Pretty interesting.

Friday, October 29, 2010

New York Magazine / The Rolling Stones


"Whether New York Magazine's Facebook cover was inspired by The Rolling Stones album art from "Black and Blue" or not, the parallels are there." Thanks to SPD.

Tribute or Mockery? The Stranger's version of Time


Thanks to SPD.

Monday, September 13, 2010

Rolling Stone Tribute Cover


Pregnancy magazines tribute to Janet Jackson's Rolling Stone cover. Found here.

Monday, August 30, 2010

Album Cover Coincidence?


Jay-Z's The Blueprint 3 (right) and it's predecessor Secret Machine's Now Here is Nowhere. Found here.

Tuesday, August 10, 2010

Monday, August 9, 2010

Tribute: National Lampoon Update


Original National Lampoon cover (Jan. 1973), Las Vegas Weekly (Nov. 2005), Texas Monthly (Jan. 2007) & Folio (Oct. 2008).

Texas Monthly vs. Indianapolis Monthly


Texas Monthly (Dec 08) & Indianapolis Monthly (July 09). Thanks to Ben as always!

Thursday, August 5, 2010

CHEAP EAT CHEAP EAT CHEAP Compilation


I'm sure these covers can go on forever....and yes I went to Five Guys after compiling these.

Parody: EW's Take on the New Yorker Cover

Tribute: Texas Monthly's Nod to National Lampoon

Men's Health Doubletake


Same coverlines. Found via gawker. According to editor it was intentional. Maybe that earlier cover sold really well?

Billboard vs. Mediaweek


Similar covers spotted by Robert Newman. I actually did a few illustrations for that issue of Billboard.

The Incredible Shrinking...


Here are few more similar concepts. Credit to Neil Jamieson and Robert Newman.

Wednesday, August 4, 2010

Esquire vs. Wizard


I quite like the Wizard one. Less words makes it an easier to read than the Esquire original. Thanks to Ben!

Tuesday, June 22, 2010

'A Clockwork Orange' Tribute


Found an unexpected tribute to 'A Clockwork Orange' during one of the cartoons my kids watch. Cool in a graphic design way but creepy in a parenting way.