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    Newsweek August 2012 - Google Search (Newsweek and their "classy" cover, don't know if they're trying to talk about food or something else here...) Anyway not exactly a cover you want to display in the library. :)

    • WoodenHorsePub

      Newsweek magazine is in hot water over this cover, being accused of "food porn." What do you think? Is it too suggestive?

    • Kate Andrews

      Newsweek cover. It's stock art, people! I.e., the art directors couldn't decide what to do, or the original cover concept was cut at the last minute.

    • Rachel Gibbons Larkin

      I'm not quite sure which category this article falls in but wow you must read it!: Wondering How Far Magazines Must Fall -

    • Andrew Meehan

      Two red-nailed fingers away from being sick, which lends it the eye-grabbing appeal. The bizarre resolution choice also bears resemblance to (my take) the New Aesthetic. So it's either controversial and terrible in the newest sense, or it's just fucking bad. What a world! (Via Wondering How Far Magazines Must Fall -

    • Zahra Sethna

      Ultimately, it doesn’t matter what you put on the cover of your magazine if no one will look at you.

    • digitalNow

      Like newspapers, magazines have been in a steady slide, but now, like newspapers, they seem to have reached the edge of the cliff. Last week, the Audit Bureau of Circulations reported that newsstand circulation in the first half of the year was down almost 10 percent. When 10 percent of your retail buyers depart over the course of a year, something fundamental is at work.

    • Saly Mashaly

      Some questions about Newsweek’s sexy asparagus - ComPost - The Washington Post

    • Eileen Postle

      Controversial Magazine Cover ~ Newsweek

    • Rico Oçir

      Hey Newsweek ... phallic much?

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