Covers Sell

Covers Sell

New Yorker Mar 29, 1976

Posted by Scott On June - 7 - 2010

This classic from the New Yorker trumps the rule to avoid illustrated covers.

In a New York second, it communicates the ego-centric perspective that citizens of The Big Apple are often accused of having with respect to their place in the world.

Memorable, funny, original, and often imitated, these are sure signs that a classic cover was achieved.

New Yorker Mar 29 1976, is it Hall of Fame worthy?

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Scott Bullock is a veteran circulation expert with over 38 years experience in both Canada and the United States. He has worked on trade titles such as Publisher’s Weekly, Library Journal, School Library Journal and Small Press in the USA. In consumer magazines, Scott was the Circulation Director for D Magazine (the city magazine of Dallas, Texas), and in Canada he was the Circulation Director for Toronto Life, Fashion, and Canadian Art. From 2000 to 2004, Scott was a partner at Coast to Coast Newsstand Services. Scott has also held the post of VP Sales & Marketing, for CDS Global, Canada. Currently, CoversSell.Com is Scott’s circulation consultancy. Active clients include: Fly Fusion, Canadian Geographic, Canadian House & Home, Canada’s History, Canadian Real Estate Wealth, Canadian Woodworking, Canadian Cycling, Canadian Running, Canadian Scrapbooker, Legion, Harrowsmith, SkyNews, and SuperTrax.

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