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It’s a good thing that my favourite photo in the new issue of Adbusters is on the last page, because otherwise I’d have difficulty talking about it. Why? No page numbers! Not a slip-up that is unique to this issue of the mag—I’ve heard through the grapevine that the higher-ups at Adbusters refuse to include page numbers in their design.
There are other great photos in the issue, like the one by Stacey Gardner (the photographer, not the Deal or No Deal model) that’s seven pages from the end of the mag—or four pages from the end if you don’t count both sides of the page. Sigh.
At least some of the articles have large titles, so if I suggest you read “The Terror Within” (even though some of the photos accompanying it are ill-chosen) you can flip through the magazine until you find it (it’s near the end), but what about the story by Ian Bullock? It has no title (!), is roughly in the middle of the mag and starts on a page with an orange background and a colour photo of two women on a subway train.
Found it yet?