The MQ cover contest winner is choice #2, after tallying up all the likes and comments from Instagram, Facebook, Kickstarter and emails.
Thank you to everyone who participated.
We want you, the supporters of The Infamous, to be a part of The Infamous by choosing the MQ cover for Issue #7. The contest starts today, May 4th at 3pm est. and ends on Monday, May 6th at 5pm est.
Choice #1 = MQ– Japanese art and Choice #2 = MQ– Meanface. You can participate by liking the cover pictures we post on our Instagram page, Facebook page, and/or by leaving a comment with your choice on our Kickstarter page and by emailing us your cover choice, please put Cover Contest in subject line of email. (via firstname.lastname@example.org.) Once we tally up all the likes and choices from our Instagram, Facebook, Kickstarter page and emails we receive, we will announce the winning cover later that evening. Thank you for your participation and support. To help support us, please visit our kickstarter page and donate to receive some awesome rewards. And remember, subscribers and kickstarter donators will be the first to receive Issue #7 before it hits newsstands, stores and events!!! Please note Issue #7, like all our issues, will have two different covers by our main cover stories, 1 = MQ and 2 = Few and Far.
Send in your high resolution photos to be submitted for Issue #7 asap. Email to email@example.com
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Part of “Hip Hop: Unbound from the Underground,” this event is coordinated by Cap Matches Color and made possible with the generous support of Ironlak AVT Paint, the guest artists, Writers Bench, Cornell University Press and grant support from the Tompkins County Tourism Program.
For our first Issue’s cover we wanted to come out with a bang and have people talking about it good or bad, we wanted to create controversy. Our inspiration for conceptual thinking came from George Lois, who is well-known for his controversial covers he created at Esquire from 1962–72. Continue reading
All of The Infamous magazine’s covers are illustrated and we try our hardest to get original art from the artist to make each cover a one-of-a-kind collectible. Here is a look behind the process of Issue #4’s Augor cover. Continue reading