Unfortunately there’s no airbrushing or professional wardrobe and makeup stylists offered, but with FakeMagazineCover.com you can still get a pretty good idea what your mug would look like on the front of a magazine.
You simply upload a digital photo of yourself or someone else and choose a magazine cover design from over 550 available templates. There’s a variety of both real and parody magazines to choose from, which range the entire spectrum of publication topics – including news, gossip, lifestyle, hobbies, children’s, and adult. The real magazine titles available include Time, Teen People, Popular Science, Car and Driver, GQ, and The New Yorker. Once you have uploaded the photo, you can add text captioning, props, frames, etc. and when all is done, download the design for free, or copy the generated HTML code to post your magazine cover on the web.
FakeMagazineCover.com In Their Own Words
“Make your girlfriend a cover girl or make your boyfriend the hunk shown on the front of muscle mags. So many possibilities, even many fake parody magazine … Images are free to use in presentations, web pages, ebooks, emails, Word documents, etc. Choose from magazines like Vogue, Discover, GQ, Popular Science, COSMO, ESPN, Esquire, National Geographic, TIME, 17, fashion mags, and hundreds more (or do a search)!”
Why FakeMagazineCover.com It Might Be A Killer
This site could provide plenty of entertainment, whether you’re creating magazine covers featuring yourself or friends, or even one with your boss or a teacher’s picture. The resulting images would make a fun profile picture for Facebook, MySpace, or you could add them to your blog, a message board, or anywhere you like.
Some Questions About FakeMagazineCover.com
What sets FakeMagazineCover.com apart from the very similar magazine cover creation services offered by several other websites? Will users be turned off by the site’s below-average appearance and the obtrusiveness of ads, which are currently interspersed throughout the site’s content?