Integration of text and imagery, though in this case it'd be graphic elements. Like the use of broken-up paragraphs in grid form, and the 'feature' of the letter. Could utilise this same concept with chapter numbers.
Now THAT's a newspaper! I love how his paper goes against some "type rules" but does it effectively and makes for a very interesting and different design. #uberzeitung [supernewspaper] #HelpPrintThrive
Typografische Monatsblätter, 1962, Issue 4. Cover Design by André Gürtler and Bruno Pfäffli. The TM journal was influential in disseminating Swiss typography to an international audience. This cover design is engaging with the dynamic angle that is built from the positive/negative space of a 4. Really inspiring.
Festival de Cine Experimental. The image, while striking and visually interesting with the unusual crop and duplicate image, is a nice background for the text block that is worked in. The type treatments feel well-thought out and there is a clear sense of hierarchy.