I like the way that the image is quite playful but Tyler's facial expression isn't, this is a good contrast and suggests that the story will show lots of different sides of Tyler emotionally. I like that his name is very large and easily noticible. I like the way that the F in the masthead is very original and is like a logo. I think that the use of colour is very good, the blue hoodie stands-out well on the orange background but neither colour is too bright.
I think that the use of lighting on this image is very interesting, i also think that the lighting reflects the strangeness and complexity of his films. I find it interesting that he is dressed very formally but does not have a tie on.
I really like the fact that the image is black and white but a colour background is used. I also like the use of the big bold masthead. I think it is cool that black, white and blue are the only colours on the whole cover.
I like this image, I think that the use of blue works well. I think that the strange and interesting image is very good and catches attention well. I like Grimes' facial expression because she look like she doesn't really care even though the image is strange, this succeeds in saying that her music is strange and also that she is used to photoshoots now that she is famous.
I like Hodgy's facial expression in this image as he looks like he is thinking and is also slightly funny. I also like the fact that he is just sitting in the image making it feel relaxed and natural. I think the fact he is sitting on a barrel is interesting because it makes the image very different and causes it too stand out.
I like how the pose on this cover is very natural and doesn't look too staged, I also like the way that the items in the foreground are out of focus wereas Marshall is further back and looks very clear.
I like the way that the poster is equally split between two colours creating a large contrast, I also like the use of a completely different colour for the title. The different coloured title makes it stand out very clearly and catch the eye. I think the way that Al Pacino pulls black and the white across to the opposite sides is very good.