Sunday, February 4, 2007

Sports Illustrated

Are you a fan of the Sports Illustrated magazine or are you interested to know the latest in swimwear design?

Then you've got to watch out and get a copy of the Sports Illustrated swimsuit Issue due for release this Valentine's Day, Feb 14. Sports Illustrated not only carries contemporary designs, the icing on the cake is of course the supermodels who model the skimpy, yet lovely beachwear and in breezy and exotic settings too.

Can't wait for the release of the Valentine's Day issue, no worries. You can download the pictures of any supermodel of your choice as wallpapers on your cellphone from Sports Illustrated Mobile and have them permanently on your cellphone. The other big occasion on Feb 14 is the release of the 43rd annual Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue. Wallpapers of your favorite supermodels are also available anytime from SI Mobile. You may be interested to note that these images come straight from the photo shoots featured in the magazine and each is only for $1.99 and are available for all major wireless carriers.

There are over 50 supermodels featured on the site. Some of the more popular ones include Victoria's Secret model Heidi Klum, Marisa Miller, Ana Beatriz Barros, tennis star Maria Sharapova, Molly Sims and 2005 Sports Illustrated cover girl Carolyn Murphy.

If you're also interested in classic Sports Illustrated cover girl wallpapers from past years, there are Elle Macpherson and Kathy Ireland. It's not only wallpapers that are available, Sports Illustrated Mobile users can also download video clips from the photo shoots, ringtones with video, animated screensavers and many more.

Please note that purchasing requires that you provide some personal information to ensure delivery. However, please be assured that your personal information will not be disclosed to any third party.



  1. The last time I looked at the famous Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition I was surprisingly unimpressed. The overwhelming majority of the models looked more conceited than beautiful, which kind of destroyed it for me. If I'm going to look at a picture of a woman, I'd prefer for it to say, "I am beautiful and happy," not, "Yeah, you just wish you could afford me..."

    Is that wrong?

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  3. I second that, Moody. You said it better than I could have.

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