George Lois/Carl Fischer
Editor: Harold T.P. Hayes
Esquire May 1969: Just one of the numerous controversial covers created by George Lois and Carl Fischer for Esquire's brilliant editor Harold T.P. Hayes. Hayes was a man who nurtured the 'New Journalism' of the sixties and, during his decade-long reign as editor, redefined the look of America's premier Men's magazine.
His son Tom Hayes will soon release Smiling Through The Apocalypse, a documentary based on the amazing literary accomplishments made under his father's tutelage during a time of great change in America as evidenced on the pages of his magazine.
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