The Real 'Mad Men'?
George Lois, who helped create legendary ad campaigns during the Creative Revolution, is sometimes referred to as the inspiration for Don Draper.
into the weird
Michael Edwards Takes Sexy Photos of Ladies at Their Homes
If you google me, you'll find a photo of me in my underwear from a photo shoot for Me in My Place, a website and phone app collecting pictures of scantily clad girls at their homes. Recently, I sat down with the site's founder, Michael Edwards, to talk...
Sophie Saint Thomas
I Sacrificed a Chicken and Drank Vinegar in the Name of Megan Fox
As a feminist, I want to love Megan Fox for calling out Michael Bay's sexism, but as a sane human being I struggle to love a woman who considers Red Lobster her favorite restaurant. But eccentricity is a quality we tolerate in male stars, so I decided...
Esquire's Interview with Megan Fox Is the Worst Thing Ever Written
The cover story of this month's 'Esquire' is an interview with Megan Fox by Stephen Marche. And though I haven't read every single thing that has ever been written, I can say, with confidence, that it is the worst thing that anybody has ever written...
Jamie Lee Curtis Taete
The Barking Dog Issue
George Lois was one of the primary architects of the Creative Revolution in American advertising in the 1960s--yeah, yeah, like on "Mad Men."