Hat ensemble of tissue from which our smiles are born

The semestral Newyorker magazine,TAR, whose name derives from the anagram ART, renews itself.
For its second cover it chooses to vivisection famous beauty queen Kate Moss. Beneath her beautiful face lies the most human aspect of us all-the anatomic one.

An invitation to think about what our physiognomy hides. Whether it be graceful and attractive or full of small imperfections. The muscles and tissues highlighted on the cover give us our smiles and tears allowing our faces to speak and express emotions. Faces can be flaw-less porcelain like, ruined by acne or wrinkled and aged, but it is our facial expressions that allow us to express our personalities and have to be preserved. It is the only way to return to our most authentic look.
TAR MAGAZINE



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