|backdrop from the Detroit Free Press, November 16, 1969|
The pattern adjustment shadows have a latter-day Matisse paper cutout quality to them and dance despite their fixed, one-dimensional physiology.
The lower ones don't have that same effect but accentuate the female contours without being lewd as is prerequisite presently. I think that's what was called class. You hear about it but the actual practice is dormant in our seedy sect of marked, marred and exposed flesh.
And if you want to actually read the covers outside of my attempts at artful photography with a cell phone cam: