At many points in its almost 91-year history, TIME has offered up its iconic red border as a canvas, and asked renowned artists to illustrate the top stories of the day. From the striking Roy Lichtenstein pop art that accompanied a June 21, 1968 cover story on “The Gun in America” (see below) to Marc Chagall’s self-portrait that began our July 30, 1965 issue, readers have become accustomed to seeing cover images that have been painted, sculpted, collaged and transformed by some of the world’s most visionary talents.
December 14, 1936: Surrealist Salvador Dali
April 12, 1937: Virginia Woolf
January 10, 1964: R. Buckminster Fuller
January 29, 1965, Today’s Teenagers
March 19, 1965: Martin Luther King
April 16, 1965: Rudolf Nureyev
March 3, 1967: Playboy’s Hugh Hefner
September 22, 1967: The Beatles
December 8, 1967: Bonnie and Clyde
May 24, 1968: Robert F. Kennedy
June 21, 1968: The Gun in America
July 11, 1969: The Sex Explosion
November 28, 1969: Raquel Welch
February 16, 1970: Jane, Henry and Peter: The Flying Fondas
by Jade Reason
La vía del estilo
Art still has truth. Take refuge there.
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Meaning in Being. You be you.
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