The August edition of Novum features a man's body on the cover that turns red when placed in direct sunlight.

The August edition of Novum magazine has a cover that reminds readers to protect themselves from the sun. Designed by graphic design studio Two Points, it features a sketch of a man's pale body which turns red when it is placed in direct sunlight.

It's Nice That reports that to transform the cover, it was screen printed with photochromic ink, which changes color when exposed to UV rays. It warns of the dangers of being unprotected in the sun, by showing the man's skin become sunburnt.

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