Colour Magazine Navigates Lifestyle & Culture

Trendland

Colour is an annual magazine navigating trends in lifestyle and culture (a little but like Trendland). The post Colour Magazine Navigates Lifestyle & Culture appeared first on Trendland Online Magazine Curating the Web since 2006.

This Just In: Excellent News and Magazine CSS Layouts

Speckyboy Design Magazine

And one of the more interesting uses for these tools is their integration within news and magazine-style websites. MiniMag Magazine Theme. This magazine layout uses Flexbox to add retro shapes, multicolumn flowing text and a large featured image. Magazine Layout by Raisa Yang.

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Eye Magazine’s Type Tuesday: Show and Tell

Shillington

Head down to Eye Magazine’s Type Tuesday in March for a chance to hear all about exhibition design from Marina Willer—who has worked with Tate, the Barbican and the Design Museum. There will be a bar in the interval and the chance to browse bargain back issues of Eye magazine.

Nature magazine redesigns for the digital age

Design Week

Nature magazine has been redesigned with digital audiences in mind. The updated visual system will be launched across its international print magazine, desktop website and mobile page. ” Print magazine. Courtesy of Nature magazine Simplified branding.

IPSE Magazine Cover Illustration

Emmeline Illustration

I made the cover of IPSE magazine! You can also take a look at the magazine online here ! artist be free to create cover emmeline pidgen freelancer freelancer of the year illustration illustrator ipse ipse awards jim cassidy magazine national freelancers day news process self-employed

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Magazine covers of the year 2019

Creative Review

Compared with the last few years , there’s been a marked absence of orange across magazine covers in 2019. Earlier this year, Harvard Design Magazine left its cover as a sparse layout design to represent the trivialisation of the interior, not unlike Buffalo’s unfinished issue.

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Fact magazine covers

Fonts in Use

Shortly after being sentenced to jail time for the Eros periodical he started with Herb Lubalin, Ralph Ginzburg launched Fact magazine in 1964, again enlisting Lubalin as art director. Contributed by Nick Sherman License: All Rights Reserved.

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Stylish Use of Textutre in Illustration: Wizje Magazine

Abduzeedo

Stylish Use of Textutre in Illustration: Wizje Magazine. It’s a set of illustrations he recently created for the newest Wizje magazine publication which is a polish collective of young people promoting poems of various writers. abduzeedo Jan 17, 2020 Tomasz Wo?niakowski

Magazine Cutouts Form Nature Collages Shaped Like Birds and Butterflies by Jennifer Murphy

Colossal

The artist sources images of varying color and scale from nature magazines and textbooks and uses them as the pieces to much larger puzzles. Toronto-based artist Jennifer Murphy combines cutouts of animals, plants, and other organic objects to create large-scale nature collages.

How I Work: New York Magazine photo director Jody Quon

Creative Review

In her role of overseeing the bold covers and photography work at New York Magazine, Jody Quon is no stranger to overcoming challenges. The post How I Work: New York Magazine photo director Jody Quon appeared first on Creative Review

In 1909, The Strand Magazine Imagined What Would Happen If Giant Insects Attacked London

Design You Trust

The Strand was a monthly magazine of short fiction and general interest articles, a sort of London version of The New Yorker. The magazine’s offices were on Burleigh Street off The Strand, London, hence the name.

The Atlantic magazine redesigns in a bid for “elegance and urgency”

Design Week

The Atlantic magazine has been redesigned, with a new logo, typeface and guidelines for cover design. The 162-year-old magazine is published ten times a year and covers contemporary social, political and cultural issues with a variety of guest writers. The magazine’s first issue.

Aint–Bad Magazine: Issue No.14 and Book Prize

Booooooom

Photo aint-bad photographers photography publication

Optometry Today Magazine illustrations and lettering

Lisa Maltby

I was commissioned by Think Publishing to create lettering and illustration for a the cover and feature article in Optometry Today magazine. The magazine spreads were then designed by Think Publishing, using the illustrations to enhance the article.

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Matt Willey: “A lot of rules about how a magazine looks and behaves are up for grabs”

Design Week

“I sometimes wonder if ‘magazine’ is an unhelpful word,” Matt Willey says. ” Willey knows magazines. A graphic designer by training — he studied at Central Saint Martins — his influence across magazine design is considerable and varied.

Tesco Magazine Illustrations

Emmeline Illustration

I'm totally excited to announce that Tesco Magazine's January issue is now out and features my illustrations throughout their Big Health Pick & Mix section! If you're super keen you can browse the magazine right now online. 2014 art big health pick & mix design editorial emmeline pidgen illustration illustrator january magazine news supermarket. Hi everyone!

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Public Finance Magazine Cover

Chris Dunn Illustration/Fine Art

Art Chris Dunn Illustration Cover Digital In The Pipe Line Leaks Magazine Photoshop Pipes Public Finance MagazineA blast from the not so distant past.

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Sex magazines for modern times

Creative Review

We talk to three magazines exploring sex and pleasure in unexpected ways - and opening up new conversations in the process. The post Sex magazines for modern times appeared first on Creative Review.

The legacy of Life magazine’s images celebrated in new show

Creative Review

When Life magazine was re-launched by magazine magnate Henry Luce in 1936, the idea was to put photojournalism at the forefront and publish only photography-led stories. The image became an icon of the magazine. . “To

Fantastic Man, gal-dem, and NYT Magazine confirmed for magCulture Live 2019

Creative Review

Whether closures at Shortlist Media, a major reshuffle at Vice, or everyone from Marie Claire to NME waving goodbye to their print editions, it’s no surprise that the rhetoric around magazines is often negative.

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Crack Magazine celebrates ten years in the biz with a book of its boundary-pushing shoots

Its Nice That

With a focus on providing a platform for emerging photography talent and a space for musicians to tell their own stories, Crack takes a moment to celebrate a decade of its music photography with new book The Crack Magazine Archives.

How to Launch Your Blog or Portfolio in 2020 (3,500+ Word Start to Finish Guide)

Inspiration Feed

The graphic design industry is tough. No matter where you go, you’ll see amazing talent through the work of other designers in the field.

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60 Examples of Japanese Graphic Design

Inspiration Feed

Style in various forms is evident in Japan. From shockingly vibrant posters to carefully landscaped gardens, Japan is without shortage of design elements.

Pick Wick Magazine - Issue #1 feature

Emmeline Illustration

Last week I was honoured to feature in the very first issue of the completely gorgeous Pick Wick magazine. The magazine is in fact edited by the lovely Sara Cullen too (I have some of her prints on my walls). emma block emmeline pidgen fashion genie espinosa illustration illustrator liverpool magazine news Pick Wick MagazineThere's a great little interview with me about my childhood and how it's influenced the way I work in illustration today.

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A Miniature Magazine Penned by Teenage Charlotte Brontë is (Finally) Acquired by the Famous Author’s Namesake Museum

Colossal

What they probably don’t mean, though, is that to become an author equal to the timeless stature of Charlotte Brontë, you should pen a miniature magazine first. Design History books ink literature magazines miniature

Why magazines are re-embracing happiness

Creative Review

The post Why magazines are re-embracing happiness appeared first on Creative Review. There’s a new wave of media brands that are breaking away from the negative news cycle and telling more uplifting stories about the world we live in – just don’t call them ‘fluffy’.

The tampon is Ordinary magazine’s latest object of interest

Creative Review

Founded in 2016 by KesselsKramer creative director Max Siedentopf and art director Yuki Kappes, Ordinary magazine was born from a “stupid thought in the shower that we’re surrounded by so many amazing objects in our daily life which all go unnoticed”, says Siedentopf.

Josh Kelly: Stop Making Websites That Party Like It’s 1999

Graphic Design USA

Blog FINE GDUSA GDUSA Blog GDUSA comments GDUSA magazine GDUSA News graphic design magazines Graphic Design News Graphic Design USA Josh Kelly top designers website design

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Matt Willey leaves The New York Times Magazine and joins Pentagram

Its Nice That

The British designer has worked for the publication for five years, but today is announcing he’s leaving the magazine and joining Pentagram in New York as its newest partner. Here, we discuss imposter syndrome, his love of start-up magazines, and why it’s the right time for him to move on.

Illustration, Freelancing & 'Being A Part Time Moviestar' Interview in Creative Boom Magazine

Emmeline Illustration

One of my very favourite pieces of news is about this really brilliant interview with Creative Boom Magazine. Things have been a bit of a whirlwind recently, I've been zipping off to Manchester to be filmed for an IPSE promo video, I've been putting the finishing touches on a brand new book AND comic, and I've navigated the dark waters of a complete computer breakdown - all whilst buying my first home, phew!

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A GALLERY OF MORT DRUCKER ART FROM MAD MAGAZINE

Illustration Art

For my final gallery of art from the late beloved MAD Magazine, I've chosen the brilliant Mort Drucker. Beverly Hills Cops Patton: even the tanks are drawn at a jaunty angle MAD Magazine will be forever enshrined in the annals of great and important American magazines.

Banana Magazine sheds light on the complexities of Asian identity

Its Nice That

The fifth issue of the New York-based Banana Magazine delves into the multitude of opinions and ideas of what it means to be Asian today. From a glimpse into the Taiwanese drag scene to a profile on Eric Hu, the publication explores contemporary Asian culture. Read more

A GALLERY OF JACK DAVIS ART FROM MAD MAGAZINE

Illustration Art

Jack Davis was a star in the MAD Magazine firmament from the very first issue. This was an important skill for the infant magazine). Davis was 25 years old, with a fearless ink brush and a precocious talent for converting a human being into a splat.

Fashion Central Saint Martins by Praline

BP&O

Opinion by Richard Baird Fashion Central Saint Martins documents and celebrates what has become one of the most influential fashion courses in the world.

Gordon Kaye: Thoughts On Our 57th Annual People To Watch Feature

Graphic Design USA

Blog 2019 Students to Watch 2020 people to watch GDUSA Editor GDUSA magazine gordon kaye graphic design magazines Graphic Design News graphic design trends Graphic Design USA top designersEditor and Publisher Gordon Kaye with thoughts on our 2020 People To Watch feature.

“It’s simpler, cleaner and more pared back”: delve into issue two of Emulsion magazine

Its Nice That

“We want to use the power of community to challenge conventions of hierarchy, barriers between creative practices and what a magazine is meant to be,” say the founders of the Our Place-designed publication.

The Mixed-Media Work of Jay Torres

Hi-Fructose

Main The Blog Hi-Fructose Hi-Fructose Magazine illustration Jay Torres mixed-mediaThe illustrations and personal work of artist Jay Torres have a dark surrealist edge. The El Paso-raised artist, now based in Pasadena, moves between analogue and digital tools to craft his creations.

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The Hauntings Sculptures of Sabrina Gruss

Hi-Fructose

Main The Blog Dark Surrealism Hi-Fructose Hi-Fructose Magazine Sabrina Gruss sculptureInside her workshop, Sabrina Gruss re-animates found natural materials and animal remains into eerie sculptures.

Park magazine's first issue explores the theme of "the copy" in every walk of life

Its Nice That

The first issue of Barcelona-based design studio Clase’s new biannual magazine explores the theme of the copy through stories of artificial intelligence, cooking, art and architecture.

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A GALLERY OF PAUL COKER ART FROM MAD MAGAZINE

Illustration Art

Paul Coker's art was not as broad or slapstick as the art of most other MAD artists, but in his own quiet way he was every bit as brilliant. Look at this lovely little drawing of a boy standing. He's not being carried off by a gorilla or balancing a ball on his nose.

The Photography and Sculptures of Mari Katayama

Hi-Fructose

Main The Blog Hi-Fructose Hi-Fructose Magazine Mari Katayama Photography sculptureMari Katayama's photography uses her own body as one of her materials.

Sharing stories from the city, C/O Vienna is a satirical take on traditional magazines

Its Nice That

Now in its second issue, the German-English magazine is a homage to the “endangered species” of print – filled with interchangeable design, as well as a playful collection of mixed-media, interviews and photographic stories that shed a light on the people that surround them.

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Dorielle Caimi Featured in New Hi-Fructose Studio Visit

Hi-Fructose

Main The Blog Uncategorized Dorielle Caimi Hi-Fructose Hi-Fructose Magazine painting Studio VisitDorielle Caimi is featured in a new Hi-Fructose Studio Visit on our YouTube Channel.