Tag Archives: Constantin Alajálov

Boss playing golf in his office while his secretary is swamped with work

Classic Covers: Work Break

Yes, friends, we discovered many Post covers showing folks taking a well-deserved (well, in some cases) break from work. If you’re one of the unfortunate who have to work Labor Day (policemen, for example), then maybe you’ll find some ideas for sneaking in a little break.  More
Constantin Alajalov

Constantin Alajálov

Norman Rockwell isn’t the only artist who illustrated for the Post. This week we’re featuring American painter and illustrator Constantin Alajálov.  More

Classic Covers: How to Handle a Turkey

It isn’t just the farmers and poultry truck drivers who have a hard time handling turkeys. Sometimes the big birds were a handful for our cover artists and models. Why did one famous cover artist start “to feel like an assassin”?  More

Classic Covers: Rain, Rain, Go Away!

American poet and educator Henry Wadsworth Longfellow perhaps said it best: “Into each life some rain must fall, some days must be dark and dreary.” The rainy days on our covers show the dark and dreary, the frustrations along with the humor that accompanies a downpour. No fair weather friends, our cover artists!  More