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David Kiefaber

Magazine Puts Half of Its New Issue in a Time Capsule and Will Open It in 2024

Dodo magazine might only be on its second issue, but it's got big plans for the future. In fact, one idea directly involves the future. The magazine is putting together a…

Famous Photos Reimagined as Selfies in Newspaper's Wonderful Print Ads

Lowe South Africa developed a campaign for the Cape Times newspaper last spring in which famous photographs—the wartime kiss, Beyers Naude and Desmond Tutu, Winston Churchill smoking, etc.—were reimagined as…

Microsoft Ad Turns Forbes Print Magazines Into T-Mobile WiFi Hotspots

Microsoft stuffed a functional WiFi router into a limited number of the most recent issue of Forbes, perhaps inspired by Entertainment Weekly's use of tiny LCD screens in one of…

Wedding Magazine Flip-Flops on Photographer's Ad Showing Gay Couple

Wedding photographer Anne Almasy probably didn't think buying her first print ad in a magazine would be such an emotional roller coaster. Weddings Unveiled initially rejected her ad because it…

British Journalist Puts Ad in Chicago Tribune Telling Oprah What to Ask Lance

Lance Armstrong is reportedly ready to confess to drug use in an interview being taped today with Oprah Winfrey. In the lead-up to the interview, David Walsh, sports editor of…

Toothless Girl Just Wants You to Smile in New Ad for 'The Sun'

Grey London has followed up last summer's great commercial for The Sun with this ad in which a little girl with a mouth like an old hockey player (her missing…

Mad Magazine's Old Parody Ads Were Better Than the Real Thing

Back in its glory days, better known as the 1960s and 1970s, Mad magazine was full of awesome fake ads like the ones archived in this Flickr account. Do yourself…

Oliver Stone Is Smoking a Joint on Cover of Latest 'High Times'

Chris Simunek, the new editor in chief of High Times, is looking to put hard-hitting, relevant War on Drugs political journalism back into the magazine, which is why he personally…

NYC Subway Ad Disses Pregnant Red Sox Fans

New York sports-radio station WFAN has, surprise surprise, advocated rudeness toward Red Sox fans with its latest subway ad. "Always offer your seat to a pregnant woman. Unless she's wearing…

'Spin' Now Reviewing Most Albums in a Single Tweet

Figuring less is more, Spin magazine is moving most of its reviews to Twitter, where each album will be assessed in a single tweet at @SPINreviews. Senior editor Chris Weingarten…

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