In the development of the magazine this feature is significant in that it blends drawing and photography, sudden changes of scale and mixes colour with black and white. The high jinks of the title page seem to sum up this early Burtin stimulus to the culture of the magazine - the stripped out peek-a-boo figure and the main picture cut on the slant. A distinct harbinger. I am not sure Walker Evans would have approved of the cheery inclusion of Robert Osborne into his photographic world.