- Photos: Best shots from ESPN's 'Body Issue'
- PHOTOS: List of ESPN Body Issue 2017 Pictures Released So Far
- ESPN Body Issue
Photos: Best shots from ESPN's 'Body Issue'
Kirstie Ennis Goes From Survivor To Competitive Athlete In The 2017 Body Issue - ESPN2017 con film come
Note: Athletes listed in alphabetical order. A post shared by A. Every body has a story and not one body is the same! There will always be ways that "society" says your body should look, but self love is the best love and every single body is unique and beautiful in its own way! She is my biggest inspiration. I just got back from 10 days at Disney eating funnel cakes and ice cream with my kids. For Julian Edelman, jacked-up hands and ugly feet are just part of being one of the NFL's best receivers.
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PHOTOS: List of ESPN Body Issue 2017 Pictures Released So Far
Ezekiel Elliott In The 2017 Body Issue - ESPN
ESPN Body Issue
The logotype is designed for use in both print and digital, with ten variations depending on context. One of the challenges was to use technology to elevate the experience of print, improve on it, and make it more intriguing wherever possible. The Body Issue is full of spectacular athlete photos, and the mobile-first design allows for a lot of playful interactions with them. One of the challenges was to keep the branding present, but subtle enough to let the photography really stand out. An intuitive and non-invasive UI allows the photography to take center stage. The photos are big, your phone screen is small. Users get the whole picture by tilting and moving their phones.
ESPN released behind-the-scenes photos from the ninth Body Issue is out, featuring 23 elite athletes all together in the altogether. The Body Issue is now on newsstands. It's a quick, no-nonsense way to get protein into your body. But that doesn't mean everyone needs it. A new company in Oakland has updated a traditional Japanese workwear piece with a more modern, American fit. Sign up for InsideHook to get our best content delivered to your inbox every weekday. And awesome.