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Discussion in 'Magazines' started by HFBvrg, Feb 9, 2021.
All I can see is someone taking a dump under a huge piece of rock.
the only thing that i must acknowledge is the film photo production. it gives anja's portrait especially a lovely depth and edge. but the whole thing looks way too harsh and ugly and if they're trying so hard to disguise this as art, then perhaps they should consider changing a platform? i don't know a single person who buys this magazine, it's a public joke.
The taglines on the cover describe these covers perfectly — creativity, when?
The rock just ruined everything looks like a mistake.
Cover #3 with Katerina Simackova by Magda Wunsche & Aga Samsel:
I kinda like the third cover. Maybe because it’s shot in a museum setting.
Funny because I immediately thought about Ukraine's Next Top Model when I saw Anja's photo.
The third cover reminds me of everyone’s cookie aunt that tries to embarrass you during your visit to a museum. “Haley watch me lift this rock”
They really thought they were doing something with that "rock" lmao.
Who is the art director of this Vogue?