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  • Front Cover Analysis!
  • The masthead of this magazine is covered by the model. This brings the magazine a more edgy and gives a ‘crossed the line’ look towards the readers, making it more effectively eye-catching.The main kicker is shown in boldand is bigger than the other kickers,apart from the masthead. Thisboldness catches the readers interestfirst, and gives the reader its firstimpression of what the magazinewould be about. At the top of the magazine there are a range of famous artists titled at the top; giving the readers a first impression of what would be featured in the magazine.
  • The model should wear clothing wear which would compliment the magazines design. In doing this, models should wear bold and solid colours which make the magazine more effective as it doesn’t take the readers interest elsewhere. The quality of the image should come across as ‘edge’ like the magazine, which would make it more eye-catching. The simplicity of the smaller kickers are featured in bold making the magazine come across more bold and sophisticated. It is also more easier for readers to take a first glance and know what it says. Less is more.The mainstream artists are shown in a bigger fontthat the side kickers. It is evident that themainstream artists catches the readers eyes makingthe magazine more interesting.