Tag: Editorial Design

  • 99U Quarterly — Issue 6

    99U Quarterly — Issue 6

    Ninety Nine U magazine tells the stories of creative leaders who are mastering their crafts, building incredible careers, and shaping their industries.

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  • Cavaticcio Festival Main Key Visual

    Cavaticcio Festival Main Key Visual

    Studio Ianus designed the main key visual for the 2017 edition of the Cavaticcio festival in Bologna, Italy. Studio Ianus is an independent studio based in Milan, Italy, born from the meeting of two creative souls. Founded in 2015 by Stefano Agabio and Stefano Pietramala, it is specialized in illustration and animation for art direction,…

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  • Collector’s Edition: Innovative Packaging And Graphics

    Collector’s Edition: Innovative Packaging And Graphics

    Transmission is a graphic design studio and editorial consultancy, based in Brighton, UK, working with clients in the cultural, commercial and charitable industries. It is a small team of art director’s, designers, editors, copywriters and project managers who develop print and digital projects for their clients. Collector’s Edition: Innovative Packaging and Graphics, authored by Stuart…

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  • A New Type of Imprint: Welcome to Sweden

    A New Type of Imprint: Welcome to Sweden

    A New Type of Imprint is a magazine on creative culture and design, published quarterly by the norwegian agency ANTI. For the eleventh issue they approached Amanda Berglund and Erik Kirtley, both involved in Amanda & Erik,  a swedish design and illustration studio, to design a chapter dedicated entirely to Swedish designers and creatives. Amanda &…

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  • Dance Ink

    Dance Ink

    Volume 8, Number 2 of Dance Ink presents a collaboration between the celebrated choreographer Pam Tanowitz and dancer Melissa Toogood, documented by Pari Dukovic, the award-winning photographer whose work is featured in The New Yorker. Conceived and designed by Pentagram and Dance Ink publisher Patsy Tarr, the issue makes connections between the lines of dance performance and the graphic language of letterforms, and…

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  • Novum 07/17 Corporate Identities

    Novum 07/17 Corporate Identities

    In this July’s focus theme of corporate identities Novum presents a particularly wide spectrum of examples from across a variety of sectors. How do you give a traditional bank a contemporary new look? Or make Twitter into a tangible experience? Also featured in this new issue of Novum are Studio Grau’s prize-winning designs, Diana Barbu’s…

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