An issue of "Entertainment New York" in 1982.
Cover feature was Tommy Tune.
Did the entire issue (editorial and ads) over a weekend.
And this was pre-desktop publishing. We're talking rubber cement and wax page galley pasteups!
A cover for a magazine I had to design for an art exam years ago...It wasn't that good considering I had a few minutes to do it and no inspiration.
I'd love to design covers for a living
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