MagazineArt is an extensive collection of magazine cover art from the 19th and 20th centuries, featuring hundreds of different publications. You could spend hours browsing the archives here! Shown is the January 1924 issue of Theatre Magazine. Link -via Metafilter

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Wouldn't it be nice? Standing in the grocery store line would be a little more visual. You know you don't want to browse the magazine rack but what else is there to do? Brilliant whoever decided to put those little products up front because I don't need several containers of hand sanitizer and chap stick. But they were there...and I was bored...Where's the flying pig when you need him?
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something that I hate is when companies decide to be a-holes and put thick advertisements in the magazine.

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It's very refreshing to look at these magazine covers from the past. That's because nowadays, all we have are glossy ones with large bold text and airbrushed celebrities on the front. Not to mention that there're more ads in them than actual reading material.
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