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Bon is dressed in black

The latest issue of Bon magazine features a homage to Depeche Mode, where 15 of the world’s leading creators have been asked to interpret a song by the band, resulting in 50 pages of black fashion. Even though the 200 pages in total mostly consists of commercial advertising it’s still quite entertaining.

Just a tiny detail. Can you spot which one of the titles on the right side of the cover that doesn’t belong there?

Bon magazine issue 28 cover Bon magazine, issue 28.

2 comments

  • avatar
    Sofia
    26 Nov, 2005

    Hey, du kan få mitt exemplar ifall du vill ha.
    Jag köpte numret, men blev besviken. Har nog vuxit ifrån Bon.

  • avatar
    03 Dec, 2005

    Tack, men det r├Ącker med ett ex. :)

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