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Discussion in 'Magazines' started by vogue28, Jun 29, 2020.
Cover #1 of 14 by David Hockney:
1 of 14? jesus, i'm sorry but who is buying this???
Love the DH one, but 14? Why!!!
Quite a lovely cover. 14 covers is a too much, though I’m curious to see the other 13.
14 covers? Artwork after an issue dedicated to "normal people" instead of models/celebs on the cover? Is British vogue turning into Vogue Italia by Farneti 2.0?
Oh gosh... Not again...
Thank God for Vogue Paris.
I quite like it to be honest! I like the concept. 14 is overkill for sure, but I’m here for the general idea of it. Love the Hockney and intrigued to see the others.
Wonderful National Geographic cover...
Considering what Emmanuelle has managed to do with VP, with the restrictions of the lockdown, everybody who comes after with boring and expected concepts get a big NO for me.
It’s beautiful, don’t get me wrong but it was maybe more relevant 2 issues before.
Is it really expected though? Was anyone here expecting 14 artists to capture scenes of the British countryside? Cause I sure as hell wasn’t!
over 3 weeks in a coma... wow, total reset for sure.
14? EDIT edward... thats your job! TO. EDIT!
He literally has no vocabulary as an editor
Beside diversity which is always black and white he has nothing new to say
Snap judgment? I like the cover, although it does look like the sort of cover that an Australian magazine called Frankie would do on the regular. I used to look forward to Harper's annual art supplement, so I can tolerate this. It's a beautiful piece but very generic in the sense that it will appeal to everyone and their mum. I imagine that was the intent. The £2 sticker won't look out of place.
But 14 covers????? My God, one Farneti is enough!
P.S. There better be a Northumberland or Isle of Wight cover and it better be beautiful and representational. Leave the abstract twaddle for London.
I'm sure some of these landscape shots are going to be beautiful - but I already read those sorts of magazines, who have been doing it for years, and doing it with more depth.
When people's appetite for glamour and fun comes back - probably around Christmas - he's going to be talking like he invented the concept of fashion as a good time, conveniently forgetting about that period when looking through Vogue felt like an uninspired school outing to an art gallery.
His name is David Hockney.
Please fix it, it’s important.
Thank you, Mark.
At least it's not a blank cover I guess?
It's not that bad, but I wish they painted a different subject? Like at least someone running while wearing a dress (and a mask ofc)
14 is an overkill. This is not V Magazine.
I suppose that's still coming, right? So and so did their own hair, makeup, and styling for the much-distanced shoot. It can't all be 14 covers showing only landscapes surely. God, how dull would that be!
This is beautiful and all but when is fashion and glamour coming back? The world is in a very uncertain period and fashion has always been part of the media that takes you on a journey away from it all.
I love the cover. It is appropriate for now, easily brightening up your day and giving you a peace of mind amidst the chaos, and also for the future as a throwback cover even though without fashion involved.