Publishers

This portfolio reveals the difference between the Playboy magazine letterheads of 1963 and 1965.  The letter from MAD magazine features a lively response from editor Al Feldstein.

-Art Direction-12_0 24

-Art Direction-12_0 24

-Arts and Architectudre-12_0 25

-Arts and Architectudre-12_0 25

-Arts and Architecture-12_0 26

-Arts and Architecture-12_0 26

-Dimensions-1_0 2

-Dimensions-1_0 2

-Farrar Straus and Company Inc-12_0 19

-Farrar Straus and Company Inc-12_0 19

-Graphis 1_0 3

-Graphis 1_0 3

-Mad-1_0 1

-Mad-1_0 1

-Mad-detail-1_0 1

-Mad-detail-1_0 1

-New Directions Publishing Corporation-13B_0 10

-New Directions Publishing Corporation-13B_0 10

-Playboy-12_0 27

-Playboy-12_0 27

-Playboy-1_0 4

-Playboy-1_0 4

-Playboy-12_0 46

-Playboy-12_0 46

-Power-7_0 4

-Power-7_0 4

-School Arts-10_0 54

-School Arts-10_0 54

-The Journal of Commercial Art-12_0 21

-The Journal of Commercial Art-12_0 21

-The Pratt Graphic Art Center-12_0 10

-The Pratt Graphic Art Center-12_0 10

Goldsholl and Associates-Paul Theobald and Company 1_0 7

Goldsholl and Associates-Paul Theobald and Company 1_0 7

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