Dew Magazine’s Art Issue: 2 covers

Dew Magazine’s 10th issue for fall 2013 brings not one but two very different covers. Themed The Art Issue, the magazine looks at the evolving definition of what art actually is, stating that “art is an evolving and global concept, open to new interpretation, too fluid to be pinned down” and attempting to “understand the relationship between art and artists today”.

One cover features a striking but simple black and white portrait of Jay Subyakto, photographed by Poppie Mayiesky; while the other features an intriguing image by Anton Ismael featuring the artist himself and Fahrani Empel.

Full credits after the break.

dew magazine art issue cover

dew magazine art issue cover 2

Cover Story 1 Jay Subyakto
Photography Poppie Mayiesky
Styling Rajnikania Sarwono
Hair and Make-up Andre Kusuma

Cover Story 2 Anton Ismael and Fahrani Empel
Photography Anton Ismael
Styling Melodya Lukita
Hair and Make-up Andre Kusuma

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