Starring a large group of women and men, ranging from famous actors to journalists, activists and anonymous office workers, the issue honours the people who broke the silence about sexual harassment that sparked a social revolution this year.
Among the group is Ashley Judd, with Time citing her as one of the few that spoke out about Harvey Weinstein 20 years ago, and the first “star” to go on record about his behaviour to The New York Times in the expose that triggered the movement. “I started talking about Harvey the minute it happened,” she says, stating there was, however, no route to stop the abuse. “Were we supposed to call some fantasy attorney general of moviedom? There wasn’t a place for us to report these experiences.”
Also part of the photoshoot are Taylor Swift, Rose McGowan, Alyssa Milano, Selma Blair, Tarana Burke, the Plaza Hotel plaintiffs, state senator Sara Gelser, Sandra Pezqueda, Blaise Godbe Lipman, Wendy Walsh, Lindsey Reynolds, Isabel Pascual, Lindsey Meyer, Juana Melara, Sandra Muller, Susan Fowler, Terry Crews, Megyn Kelly, Amanda Schmitt and Adama Iwu.
- Graphic designer Angharad Hengyu Owen on textual shapes and wandering poems
- Chase Middleton’s candid, bizarre and compelling photographs of strangers
- Illustrator Marie Jacotey on depicting emotions we daren’t talk about
- Humans’ impact on Earth inspired Bleed’s custom typefaces for Anthopros
- Girls! Illustrator Martina Paukova opens her first major show in London
- OOF magazine explores the world of art and football
- Nike’s latest ad features 258 young Londoners proving that “Nothing Beats a Londoner”
- Monument Valley designer Ken Wong releases interactive comic mobile game, Florence
- Meet graphic designer Jonathan Isaacson and his hybrid portfolio
- Artist claims Kendrick Lamar video for Black Panther song used her work without permission
- Bureau Bertrand Clément’s portfolio represents the importance of playful graphic design
- Official portraits of Barack and Michelle Obama have been unveiled