Tuesday, May 3, 2011

On the Cover of a Magazine - 2008

New York Magazine

August 11, 2008
To illustrate a story on a specific new trend in plastic surgery and cosmetic dermatology, 'New York' coined the phrase “the New New Face” and communicated it graphically by deconstructing its elements on one such New New face—Madonna’s. The annotations mimic the way a plastic surgeon might mark a face, pointing out the main features of the new phenomenon: its heart shape, baby cheeks, and angular jaw. The cover is glamorous, technical, and funny, which is exactly what the story was as well.