In 2003, Askars was less a Viking warrior and more someone you’d see in a European boy band.
Two words: butt boogaloo.
These magazine ads, via artist Mitch O’Connell, show us the kind of thing feminism was up against.
“Nickelodeon Magazine, PLEASE.”
Country Life is the magazine for posh country-dwellers and it has some important advice for anyone wanting to be a modern gentleman.
IPC Media is to close Nuts magazine, the weekly lads’ mag that once sold more than 300,000 copies an issue.
Let’s just say they don’t make them like this any more.
We’re sorry, what was that?
The Bath Magazine says sorry for copying the famous shoe cover.
Your artist friends are probably lying to you.
Is that ready to send to the printers? Are you sure?
Plus 10 Disney-themed puns to help you study for finals, the 5 best campus jobs for a bro, and 8 things you learn at Santa Claus school.
Supercool fashion magazine i-D is celebrating 33 years of winking glamourous models on its front page. Here are some of the best, all with the famous wink.
Stranger than fiction.
If there isn’t something for you here, you need help.
They used to sell millions, now they’re dying out at an alarming rate. Here’s why.
This week’s Empire magazine had quite a scoop with its Michael Fassbender interview. Shame about the layout.
From The Economist to The Face.
Inspired by Anna Wintour, the season’s latest trend is #Voguestagram.
Because fashion magazines really can be deep and meaningful like that. Also: glamorous Kate Upton photos!
Four covers, each with the headline, “We Are Trayvon.”
The Devil may wear Prada… But only after you’ve steamed, expensed, and delivered the Prada to her.
An exclusive investigation into why he’s not focused on the camera.
Behind every mighty superhero is an even mightier publicist. Made by tumblr artist Kim McG.
It’s Drake. (And they really did.)
None of these celebrities have fronted the American fashion magazine yet*. But as these covers show, they all really should.
Kate Moss will reportedly cover the January 2014 issue, which seems completely weird — but it actually isn’t.