Gordon Gekko, 90cm x 120cm
Match- Brigitte, 90 cm x 120 cm
Madonna, 90cm x 120cm
Charlie, 90cm x 120cm
The Lady, 90cm x 120cm
JFK, 90cm x 120cm
Jackie, 31 cm x 41 cm
LIZ, 90cm x 120cm
Redbook – Grace, 90 cm x 120 cm
The Body, 90cm x 120cm
FAST&FURIOUS, 90cm x 120cm
Le Mans, 90cm x 120cm
James Hunt, 90cm x 120cm
Pamela, 21 cm x 31 cm
Kurt, 90cm x 120cm
TIME – Angi, 21cm x 31cm
Person of the Year, 90cm x 120cm
Match – Diana, 90 cm x 120 cm
Fortune- Steve Jobs, 90cm x 120cm
GONE WITH THE WIND, 90cm x 120cm
VOGUE, Miss Germany, 90cmx120cm
Fortune- Bloomberg, 90cm x 120cm
Der Sex und Ich, 90 cm x 120 cm
Forbes- Bill Gates, 90cm x 120cm
Time – Warren Buffett, 21 cm x 31 cm
Rolling Stone – Trump, 21 cm x 31 cm
Vogue – Kate, 21 cm x 31 cm
Sports Illustrated, Arni, 90 cm x 120cm
Playboy – Brigitte, 90 cm x 120cm
Playboy – Brigitte, 31 cm x 41cm
Exhibition BNP Paribas, 2017
Vintage and Modern Magazin Cover Art
In order to enjoy the artwork, we visit exhibitions and concerts,
we go to theaters and museums, we read, we travel to the far corners of the world to enjoy art,
but everyday we have a chance to hold in our hands certain artworks, and we don’t even realize it.
Of course, these art forms are the magazine covers.
But can we look at covers as an art form?
Yes we can!
Many greats of graphic and painting art have worked in magazines.
The art on the cover is most evident in the period
from the late 19th century till the beginning of the Second World War,
from the period of Art Nouveau through Art Deco to Bauhaus.
Almost every cover page of that era was a visual spectacle.
Just take a look at and admire the covers of Vogue and Vanity Fair.