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The full-on green cover may be better suited to the expression “green with envy,” but, as Levine says, “envy and jealously are often confused.” The overarching goal was to ensure that the cover didn’t take on a synthetic quality. “Often, I try to create a poster impact, but as PT is a general interest magazine, we’re essentially selling the idea of being a person.
I wanted to tie the cover to the gut emotion of jealousy.” DESIGNER’S COMMENTS “Visually, this is a very arresting cover.
However, the constraints of a one-day shoot offered little time to experiment with alternative shades of green.
While initially Psychology Today considered “making her [the cover model’s] eyes green to represent jealousy, as in the expression ‘green-eyed monster,’ it was actually distracting,” says Levine.
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