Michael Fassbender para Esquire USA Diciembre/Enero 2017

Michael Fassbender para Esquire USA Diciembre/Enero 2017

I really like this cover because it doesn't look a stereotypical magazine I would see on the shelf. I love the use of contrasting fonts (especially the font that the word "george" is written in) and I like how the other stories are much smaller underneath it. It is a unique approach to a magazine cover and it instantly drew me in over stereotypical covers. I also love the use of the photograph and how the darkness of the photo contrasts the white text.

Esquire Singapore – January 2014 on

I really like this cover because it doesn't look a stereotypical magazine I would see on the shelf. I love the use of contrasting fonts (especially the font that the word "george" is written in) and I like how the other stories are much smaller underneath it. It is a unique approach to a magazine cover and it instantly drew me in over stereotypical covers. I also love the use of the photograph and how the darkness of the photo contrasts the white text.

Alignment and Contrast of white type within shadow compliment each other well. The shadow also creates some Repetition of shape.

Alignment and Contrast of white type within shadow compliment each other well. The shadow also creates some Repetition of shape.

Gerard Butler: Esquire Magazine, 2013. Stalking this man (kinda) was 100% worth it because now I know Gerry Butler. And no, I'll never stop bragging.

Gerard Butler: Esquire Magazine, 2013. Stalking this man (kinda) was 100% worth it because now I know Gerry Butler. And no, I'll never stop bragging.

Tom Hardy (and Georgia) | Esquire UK, May 2015 | photograph by Greg Williams

Tom Hardy Covers Esquire UK May 2015 Issue, Talks 'Mad Max'

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