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OBLIQUE on Behance

OBLIQUE is an editorial object between a magazine and a book.It is about art, architecture and design.

NORDCODE / Design Responsibility by Karina Petersen, via Behance

NORDCODE / Design Responsibility by Karina Petersen, via Behance

Exhibition catalogue featuring the work of Jean-François Reymond

Enzed - Materia Prima, exposition Jean-François Reymond, Musée d’art de Pully

typography

Editorial design is one interesting field that is combining our capabilities for clever compositions, editorial layout, and creative typography.

OBLIQUE by Nicolas Zentner, via Behance

OBLIQUE is an editorial object between a magazine and a book.It is about art, architecture and design.

OBLIQUE on Behance

OBLIQUE is an editorial object between a magazine and a book.It is about art, architecture and design.

Despite the simple grid and amount of information the use of hierarchy helps navigate through the editorial piece efficiently.

60 Stunning Pieces Of Editorial Design

Use columns and an organized grid layout to design around lots of text. Great editorial design from Showgun.

WE MAKE MAGAZINES: This book showcases more than 100 independent magazines from around the world. Featuring exclusive interviews and stunning layouts, it is a celebration of the energy and visual dynamite that can be found outside the publishing mainstream. This is your chance to discover a magazine about pain and beauty, a magazine for people who give a damn, and the (self-proclaimed) most melancholy magazine that’s actually anything but. Published for Colophon 2009.

WE MAKE MAGAZINES: This book showcases more than 100 independent magazines from around the world. Featuring exclusive interviews and stunning layouts, it is a celebration of the energy and visual dynamite that can be found outside the publishing mainstream. This is your chance to discover a magazine about pain and beauty, a magazine for people who give a damn, and the (self-proclaimed) most melancholy magazine that’s actually anything but. Published for Colophon 2009.