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Jenna Fischer: Nude in 'Wired'

Jenna Fischer: Nude in 'Wired'

Every Dunderhead is going to get Wired over these!

Jenna Fischer, aka Pam Beesly from The Office, drops her clothes and gets naked as the cover girl for the April 2007 issue of Wired. Here’s the blurb naked Jenna is holding up in her cover shot:

GET NAKED AND RULE THE WORLD Smart companies are sharing secrets with rivals, blogging about products in their pipeline, even admitting to their failures. The name of this new game is radical transparency, and it’s sweeping boardrooms across the nation. Even those Office drones at Dunder Mifflin get it. So strip down and learn how to have it all by baring it all.

If you’ll notice, Jenna‘s face in identical in both cover shots. The million dollar question — did Jenna pose nude or did the Wired staff digitally undress her. “Radical Transparency,” perhaps?

Read the full Wired Dunder Mifflin case study below!

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38 Responses to “Jenna Fischer: Nude in 'Wired'”

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  1. 1
    Thomas Says:

    Regardless of whether it is actually her body or not, I think it’s quite clear they’re supposed to be the same headshot since the clothes are superimposed over the body shot.

  2. 2
    ikho Says:

    Her face looks completely uncomfortable in that shot. Her face must hurt!

  3. 3
    New York Pundit Says:

    This frumpy hag looks no better, even with the airbrushing and camara filters… Yak!

  4. 4
    Hannah Says:

    If you look at the first picture, the fingers on her right hand are kinda..distorted…

  5. 5
    lenny Says:

    You can peel off the suit.

  6. 6
    Jessie Says:

    The put the clothes on the nude body. You can see on top that her skin goes beyond the vest where her soulders are. Was that doe by an amateur??

  7. 7
    ok Says:

    wide grin

  8. 8
    jin Says:

    she’s a pretty girl. why in the world did they work her over so much with photoshop that it practically looks like an ILLUSTRATION!

  9. 9
    Adam Says:

    Umm yea the clothes printed on a clear sheet over the behind cover. It’s not a crappy photoshop job, it’s crappy alignment.

  10. 10
    Cory OBrien Says:

    You can see the white dots on the left side of the unclothed version, indicating that the overlay was torn off. Clever though.

  11. 11
    xxdesmus Says:

    This is really sad. 1) she’s not very attractive 2) she’s not nude 3) who the hell cares?

  12. 12
    Watch Office Episodes? Says:

    She’s not really attractive in those photos, she looks ordinary in the show..but the pictures are pretty badly photoshopped (notice that on her right arm -near the elbow) there’s a light source facing towards her elbow). Then if you look at her left and right shoulder the lighting is completely skewed.

  13. 13
    HardwareGuy Says:

    That woman is pegging the cute scale!

  14. 14
    toaster91 Says:

    Did it occur to you that it might be a crappy photoshop on purpose? They’re making it clear the clothes are an overlay.

  15. 15
    Tonicboy Says:

    Bad Photoshop job? Are you people dense? The clothes were not “Photoshopped” on – the cover shows her “nude” and the clothes are printed on a clear acetate sheet laid on top. You can remove the acetate to “take her clothes off”…

  16. 16
    hardwood Says:

    Can’t see any vitals and the resolution is too low to
    smell anything.

  17. 17
    ajpiano Says:

    i’m inclined to agree that it’s bad photoshop on purpose. the way her sleeve is cut around the hand is so bad as to be a joke, c’mon.


  18. 18
    ajpiano Says:

    …well, you can’t tell it’s acetate in the photos. someone should have mentioned that…say…in the blog post. kind of makes the whole controversy a nonstory…

  19. 19
    Hmmm Says:

    Oh you people!!! The Wired cover of Jenna is two photographs; one in which she is wearing the suit, the other she was nude except for the strategically placed board.

  20. 20
    Tonicboy Says:


    Actually, it’s quite easy to tell that it’s an acetate overlay.

    1) You can see the blobs of silicone glue along the left side in the first pic, connecting the sheet to the “real” cover. Again, on the second pic, you can see the ripped paper when the person scanning the cover tore off the acetate.

    2) The misregistration around her fingers is a clear tell-tale sign of an overlay.

    3) You can see the shadow cast by the words “GE” and “Nintendo” at the top, which are printed on the overlay.

    4) The skin on her shoulder sticks out from under the clothes. Come on now… do you really think ANY graphic artist would do such a lousy job? That goes way beyond bad Photoshop, that’s simply retarded. Even the most unexperienced photo retoucher would know to erase that bit.

  21. 21
    Globalwarming Awareness2007 Says:

    I think they lesboified her.

  22. 22
    Cindy Says:

    Yikes! It was done on purpose.

  23. 23
    subcorpus Says:

    reminded me to renew my zinio subbscriptions …
    wired is kewl …

  24. 24
    chris Says:

    Dude, if you are that into her, she shows her tits in “employee of the month” Duh

  25. 25
    Filip Says:

    At first i thought it was some sort of fold-out, but the clear acetate is genius. Just wondering how much its going to cost to produce all those mags?

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