Sicne the 1960s, George Lois has been putting his inimitable stamp on the world we live in, whether through his 92 covers for Esquire--including iconic ones like Muhammad Ali as martyr and Andy Warhol drowning in tomato soup--to ad campaigns for Xerox, Volkswagen, MTV and countless more. The advertising and art directing legend shared an afternoon to talk about growing up in the Bronx (and sharing a little Donald Trump shade), being a cultural provocateur, and whether or not creative people can ever retire (nope).

Thanks to Industry, Bright Black, and Good Karma Creative