Monday, November 10, 2008

OPP: Jeremy Pettis


Today's entry comes from Milwaukee-based graphic designer and Pileup-reader Jeremy Pettis. Jeremy passed along these great magazine covers from Poland Magazine. I've never heard of Poland, but if we can safely judge the magazine by its cover, then they're probably really good reads. Anyone know anything about it?




6 comments:

legtown said...

Is it a magazine about drugs? Or a magazine about Poland?

Delicious Industries said...

Really great. There are quite a few of these on Ebay at the minute on Buy-it-now auctions.

Jeremy said...

thanks for the heads up on the ebay sales... Didn't really see any information about them but I ripped all the images and threw them up in a flickr group coupled with the ones I took.

This one is cool

Tony said...

Poland Illustrated Monthly was published from the early 1950s through at least the early 1980s. It was an official propaganda magazine, and it was beautifully designed and illustrated - definitely the best of these kinds of magazines, which all the East Bloc countries produced. I have about 50 issues, and the covers are generally stunning. Tony Skaggs http://www.alphistia.com

Johan said...

I think the two man pasychedelic cover was made by peter max.

ab 2 said...

Nice blog. Greetings from Poland.