22.01.10 by Jeff

Best Magazine Cover of 2009

I am a bit late posting this but I wanted to mention that my pick for best magazine cover in 2009 was Geoff McFetridge’s artwork for Huck Magazine and Little White Lies. I believe this is the first time something like this has been executed by two different magazines (I could be wrong).

little white lies huck magazine joint split cover geoff mcfetridge where the wild things are spike jonze

little white lies huck magazine joint split cover geoff mcfetridge where the wild things are spike jonze

little white lies huck magazine joint split cover geoff mcfetridge where the wild things are spike jonze

little white lies huck magazine joint split cover geoff mcfetridge where the wild things are spike jonze

little white lies huck magazine joint split cover geoff mcfetridge where the wild things are spike jonze

Thanks to Rob (TCOLondon) for sending over the issues!













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • http://www.jeffhamada.com/ jeffhamada

    I love that they are two different sizes

  • http://diewithoutart.com Danijel Šivinjski

    Awesome, congrats.

  • http://crazycrayons.com Chazwell

    I agree, the difference in sizes is an appreciated touch. Plus I’m still just happy for Spike, he continues to make all of us Girl supporters proud. <3

  • http://011101010.blogspot.com/ dana

    geoff’s artwork is the coolest, i’m not surprised to see him doing something new

  • http://www.jeffhamada.com/ jeffhamada

    I just got word fromm TCOLondon – they are offering Booooooom readers 20% discount on the limited edition screenprints of the cover artwork, signed by the artist Geoff McFetridge.

    Simply use the discount code BOOOOOOOM at http://shop.littlewhitelies.co.uk/ to snap yours up!

  • http://www.jasperwong.net Jasper Wong

    Yo Jeff, I’m in that Huck issue! Page 98 man! Check it out!

    • http://www.jeffhamada.com/ jeffhamada

      yeaaaa buddy – thats awesome

  • Ryuji

    i love it! :)

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  • Ernesto

    Amazing… And the fact the both magazines grounding is in so very different subject matters makes it even better. The artwork is so so clever… I love it too!

  • http://marshmellowkisses.wordpress.com Sara

    How great! Glad to see that things like this happen.

  • http://someperfectworld.tumblr.com/ Maya

    Love it. I love when something wakes you up in a completely new “Oh look at that” way.

  • http://flickr.com/roccothegreat roccothegreat

    thos are nice prints to hang , sweet

  • http://www.nathmatthews.com nathan matthews

    Does anybody know what the sans-serif typeface used on the front cover and throughout Huck is?

    Thanks,

    Nathan





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