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FORTUNE September 2005
Robert Newman, Art Director

FORTUNE September 2005

Robert Newman, Art Director

FORTUNE July 1964
Walter Allner, Art Director
Arthur Seller, Photographer

Original caption: To mark the tenth year of FORTUNE’s Directory of the 500 Largest U.S. Industrial Corporations, art director Walter Allner executed the largest cover design he has ever attempted: the figure ‘500’ emblazoned in office lights across the south façade of New York’s Time & Life Building.

FORTUNE July 1964

Walter Allner, Art Director

Arthur Seller, Photographer

Original caption: To mark the tenth year of FORTUNE’s Directory of the 500 Largest U.S. Industrial Corporations, art director Walter Allner executed the largest cover design he has ever attempted: the figure ‘500’ emblazoned in office lights across the south façade of New York’s Time & Life Building.

FORTUNE September 2005
Robert Newman, Art Director
David Cowles, Illustrator

FORTUNE September 2005

Robert Newman, Art Director

David Cowles, Illustrator

FORTUNE December 1937
 Eleanor Treacy, Art Director
Joseph Binder, Illustrator

FORTUNE December 1937

Eleanor Treacy, Art Director

Joseph Binder, Illustrator

Cover of the Day: March 1953

FORTUNE March 1953
Giovanni Pintori, Illustrator
Leo Lionni, Art Director


Cover of the Day: February 1935

FORTUNE February 1935
Antonio Petruccelli, Illustrator
Eleanor Treacy, Art Director

Cover of the Day: March 1932

FORTUNE March 1932
Diego Rivera
, Illustrator
Eleanor Treacy, Art Director

"Nothing in contemporary Russia is more interesting or significant for the future than the change in the Russian peasant which the increasing success of collectivization is producing… . As the peasants have been induced to join the collectives, a change in attitude has appeared. They find themselves for the first time on the way to becoming an economic and therefore political power. Where, previously, the complaints of a single peasant were merely disregarded and his grain seized, now the complaints of a thousand peasants banded together in a great collective are at least heard … now his interests are recognized, the price differential is narrowed, and the State concerns itself more and more with his well being.” —From “The Eternal Peasant” FORTUNE March 1932

Cover of the Day: February 1965

FORTUNE’s 35th anniversary issue February 1965 
Walter Allner, Art Director
Robert Crandell Associates, Photograph
Original credits: The first Fortune Cover, in neoclassical style, included a great symbolic wheel of fortune and a cornucopia of produce. For this thirty-fifth anniversary Fortune’s art director, Walter Allner, uses the same symbols, substantially updated: an assemblage of modern, functional wheels and today’s cornucopias of produce, tin cans. This is, incidentally, the first gatefold cover in Fortune’s history.

Cover of the Day: February 1930

FORTUNE’s premiere issue February 1930 
Thomas Maitland Cleland,
Illustrator
Additionally, Cleland designed and executed the templates for the first issue of Fortune but had no intention of staying on staff. By the fourth issue, Eleanor Treacy held the position of Art Director.