Monocle Mediterraneo Essay illustrations for the 3rd issue of Monocle Mediterraneo, the publication's summer newspaper. AD: James Melaugh Note: this issue unfortunately ran with the wrong illustrator credited; if you happen to pick up a copy, you may notice the opening page reads "Illustrations by Clayton Junior." This is inaccurate.
Very active zone where the large letter forms are situated (the focal point). Gradually passive zones as the viewer transitions next to the dots and letters to the right, eventually leading to the relatively less active areas of the white rectangle (an accent area) and the mildly contrasting red lines, followed by the shapes above it and the most passive element, the subtle tonal overlaps of the stained background. Juan Casini, artist.