The Albury Wodonga Superfiction 1993
Collaboration Peter Hill and J.J. Voss (Photographer)
The cover of Spy magazine, and how New Scientist say it was doneWriting on this subject in general and the Clinton cover in particular New Scientist magazine (16 October 1993) said: "The picture is made from five carefully selected photographs, all scanned to produce digital versions. It was no easy matter to get a photograph with the right lighting, expression, and inclination of the head, says Geoffrey Reiss, Spy's general manager. "We went through nearly a thousand head shots ," he says. "With the head shot chosen, the dominatrix model was photographed under matching lighting. The background image of the oval office at the White House originally included George Bush standing behind the desk. Using Paintbox software, the designer digitally "pasted" the model over the top." This issue of Spy sold more copies than any other in the magazine's history.