Category Archives: magazines

Don’t Come Around Here No More

Maxfield Parrish must have been a masochist, because this is a painting of his. He CHOSE to paint this insane checkered pattern. I wonder if he ever tried plaid?

Maxfield Parrish Painted for Life
Painted For Life by Maxfield Parrish — October 19, 1922 Life humor magazine cover — from my collection

Whoa. It looks just like my iPhone!

So close.

Antic – The Atari Resource – August 1985
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Be A Somebody!

Fun fact: “Punk rock” didn’t exist as a term before Creem’s May 1971 issue. 

CREEM Magazine Comic Book Ad
Found in Marvel Team-Up 12 – 1973 and enlarged some for the interwebs.

Bonus: Check out the short trailer for a CREEM documentary here.

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Covergirl

If you know me, you know I had no choice but to find and acquire this magazine. 

Eek
November 1908 Farm Life magazine — was in rough shape but Photoshop helped me de-age it some.
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Dance with a Witch in the Moonlight

Collier’s Magazine, November 1, 1947

One of the finest Halloween covers in American magazine history.
Art by the brilliant Earl Oliver Hurst.

Soo-wee!

Ain’t no smell like a pig farm, ‘cept maybe a boy raised on a pig farm.

Get to the choppah!

We were promised personal helicopters.

This Week in Ephemera

This is a score! The entire 1916 year of McCall’s magazine and in beautiful condition, especially considering these twelve issues are over a hundred years old.

A Dumb Yet Strangely Awesome Way to Die

…and one thing to not make.