Aug 1, 2009
While celebrating Mardi Gras last week, a few National Geographic staffers stumbled upon a woman costumed as… a National Geographic Photographer. She was shooting an art project called "Irrational Geographic," taking portraits of the "wild life" with the iconic yellow border as a prop. We loved it so much we featured it on our blog.
"Shouldn’t everyone be on the cover of National Geographic Magazine?" she wondered.
It was a perfect Mardi Gras day outfit… and everyone wants to be on the cover of the magazine so interactivity is high! Indeed, when I asked a man if he wanted to pose like he was on the cover of National Geographic, his response was, “Since I was, like, two.”
(image credit: Flickr user castorpollux)