Esquire goes Mad Magazine - lets you assemble American man

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Esquire magazine has a long history of thought-provoking art direction on it's covers - in particular check out the ground-breaking work in the '60s and '70s. From race to politics to pop culture, they always go the extra mile in terms of smart visual solutions.

The May issue, available April 10, is no disappointment. The mag promises the "first-ever mix 'n' match" cover, a perforated effort that lets you switch between portraits of George Clooney, President Obama and Justin Timberlake, flip-book style, to create stylized portrait from three of the leading faces in America.

Are there names missing? Of course. Limited to three photos, it would be impossible to please everyone. But this truncated stab is pretty cool no matter.

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