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Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Our Fall edition will be amazing.

“The formula most commonly used by the magazine's art directors and photographers: dark-haired, white-skinned model, centered.”

No, it’s not Photoshop gone awry, but an entire year’s worth of Vogue covers run on top of each other, sans type (mostly). Eerie as it looks, the quote sums up the type of model the Vogue art directors seem to look for in their covers, and in a larger sense, maybe even what the audience subconsciously expects.



Thinking In Vain said...

I love this more than their actual covers.

c-mon said...

i have to agree with Thinking in Vain.