December 6, 2011 / Featured / 0 comments
From The Atlantic Monthly in 1857 to Wired in 1993, here’s a fascinating look at the covers of the first issues of famous magazines, including, I’m sure, at least one of your favorites. Let’s take a look, what the very first covers of the most famous magazines in the world looked like. It seems that Rolling Stone was originally a newspaper. It turns out, Vogue came out already in 1892, and Lifestyle in the nineteenth century! Some of the covers, like National Geographic’s, are simple cover pages with the title and issue date. Others, like Vogue and Harper’s Bazaar – which feature drawings of stylish 19th century women — are just older versions of their current form.