George Lois speaks on his experience in advertising and lessons learned.

In November of 2012 CreativeMornings teamed up with Spectrum—an initiative by The Metropolitan Museum of Art—and invited designer George Lois to the Met in celebration of the exhibition Faking It: Manipulated Photography Before Photoshop. Lois is perhaps best known for the more than ninety-two covers he designed for Esquire magazine between 1962 and 1972, but he is also a prolific art director and author.

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    Please bring George back for another one.

    Joe Nicklo • October 9, 2013