Low Self-Esteem Magazine

I knocked this one up in photoshop after reading a popular woman's magazine for the first time in a couple of years. What amazed me was the way the particular magazine went after their target readership, selling them a series of thinly disguised lies which were intended to first inspire fear and low self-esteem and then the idea that this good and kindly magazine could help them fix it all.

I figured that if the editors of Cleo and Cosmopolitan ever decided to start telling the truth, the cover would look something like this ...


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