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Cosmopolitan shames honor-based violence with gasp-inducing cover

Kiran Umapathy
  • 15 january 2015

Leo Burnett Change, the global advertising agency’s branch dedicated to social change, has produced a thought-provoking cover for Cosmopolitan.

The cover design features a plastic wraparound sleeve over the image of a woman suffocating. It was specifically inspired by the honor killing of Shafilea Ahmed, a 17-year-old British-Pakistani woman who was suffocated and murdered in front of her siblings by her parents in 2004.

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