The Photograph That Made a Martyr out of Muhammad Ali

Lodging six arrows deep into the body of one of the world’s strongest athletes is no small feat—even if it’s a stunt. Just ask art director George Lois and photographer Carl Fischer, who created one of journalism’s most iconic images in 1967, when they showed champion boxer Muhammad Ali’s glistening chest and thigh seemingly pierced by a volley of sharp bolts.

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