Edt Time has been named Time Magazine’s cover photographer for the next few months, but the title is not official yet.
The publication will have no comment until they have the cover ready.
Time has a history of being in on the story of the death of the magazine’s former cover photographer, Edt Storberg, who was found dead in his home on April 19.
A memorial service will be held in Orlando, Florida, on June 13.
The cover was originally created for a special issue of the publication, published in September 1992.
Edt’s son, Stefan, is the editor-in-chief of the new publication.
He said that Edt’s name will be on the new cover.
“We’ve chosen him because he’s an incredible photographer, a phenomenal storyteller and a great photographer,” Stefan Edt told Newsweek.
“He was the first photographer to tell us, ‘I’m going to be on this cover.'”
The cover will be made by the cover artists at Time.
Edt said he and his team were asked to do the cover after receiving feedback from other cover photographers.
“I’ve always been a great fan of the way the magazine covers and the way we cover our subjects, so it was a very natural fit for me,” he said.