People can't stop talking about this 'brilliant' National Geographic cover

National Geographic has its fair share of affecting, enduring covers, like 1985's "Afghan Girl, " arguably the publication's most famous image.
For its June 2018 cover and part of its "Planet or Plastic?" initiative, the magazine published a cover that's been widely shared on the internet and described as "dire" and "brilliant."
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Created by Mexican artist Jorge Gamboa , the photo-illustration features a plastic bag partially submerged in the ocean, suggesting that the world's plastic pollution problem is "just the tip of the iceberg." Read more... More about Art , Magazine Cover , Plastic , Cover , and National Geographic

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