Magazine covers used to be so creative. They were so much more interesting than someone posing on the cover. I mean, how many variations can you get of that? I like how it's not anyone particular at all. It lets the cover go in so many more directions. I didn't even realize until recently that these magazines featured artwork on the covers for so many years.
They also seem really modern to me. When I first saw the fourth picture about a year ago, it was intruiging to me that it's from 1933. It seems so innovative! They all seem that way, actually. The last one is pretty out there. I definitely like the two middle ones the most, because of the simplicity/colors/shapes/writing.