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Published December 1, 1974. Illustrated by Eric Meola and Victor Valla, the December 1974 GQ cover advertised a focus on individuality with this take on René Magritte's surrealist masterpiece The Son of Man. Backed by Magritte's characteristic cloudy blue sky, the nameless and headless figure here models an Arthur Richards pinstriped suit, a plaid shirt by Bert Pulitzer, a Courchevel by Damon silk tie, and an Eileen Carson felt hat. Artist by Victor Valla & Eric Meola
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