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Discussion in 'Vintage Magazines' started by greyeyes, Mar 18, 2010.
I hope i'm not mistaken, but to me this looks like Malgosia.
looooool as I feared the polaroid session seems to be main feature of the issue as the cover looooooool
the recession isn't over?
I don't like the text and the whole quotes and page no. placement. oh well looking forward to ss.
I quite like the text, they need to advertise the issue contents because I doubt this poorly executed cover will sell alone...
i don't really like the format either. i prefer their old approach and the fonts.
The cover isn't bad, but I hope that the main editorial is not some 60 page long pseudo-80s polaroid fest .
208 Polaroid portraits by Ezra Petronio (petronioassociatesblog)
Great cover. Malgosia looks great as always. Can't wait for more.
Finally, the magazine has arrived. It will be in stores next week, I hope. Clearly, still having problems with the recession I guess like Pedro says. I still hope for strong content. Maybe I&V, Sorrenti?
I Like The Cover Very Androginy
Brilliant cover ..i love it
Good cover, i like the stylish.
Sophie Fontanel and Tommy Ton quotes on a cover of Self Service ?????????
I think Ive missed an episode ..................
Btw, "the audience has become the author" is nothing new (please read Roland Barthes before writing something like this on yr cover)
- i might b in a really bad mood today, but ... frankly ? you used to smartest than this ..... why keep on running the magazine if you cannot do anything exciting and true to your roots ???????
i need to get this mag one day. never an issue where there isn't anything i don't like
There is also a second cover. I think it's Carmen Kass. Don't know for sure. Saw it at Colette.
^ here's it.
I'm not sure if the first shot is a cover material but the photo itself is great, Małgosia looks fantastic. About Carmen's one, I just pretend it's not there
I'm in love with Carmen's cover, She looks beautiful!
Love Malgosia's cover. I think she would look good too without those glasses, though.