Tommy Friederich

Tommy Friederich

Tommy Friederich
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This is a very stereotypical magazine design. I like ow its so simple and sticks true to what a sports spread usually looks like. The typography and visually hierarchy is really impressive, it grabs the audience into the part that the readers want to see. I like the organization of the story to the right. and the separate typography used in the actual story.

This is a very stereotypical magazine design. I like ow its so simple and sticks true to what a sports spread usually looks like. The typography and visually hierarchy is really impressive, it grabs the audience into the part that the readers want to see. I like the organization of the story to the right. and the separate typography used in the actual story.

The aspect that inspired me in this design was the organization used by the designer. The headline isn't at the top of the page, but it works being under all the photos and near the text, I could see myself doing something like that. The captions on the right side of the page also work for me, though I think it could be a little more organized. I also think the fact that they didn't use a byline worked in this design as well. With all these pins I try to find ones I've never seen before.

The aspect that inspired me in this design was the organization used by the designer. The headline isn't at the top of the page, but it works being under all the photos and near the text, I could see myself doing something like that. The captions on the right side of the page also work for me, though I think it could be a little more organized. I also think the fact that they didn't use a byline worked in this design as well. With all these pins I try to find ones I've never seen before.

This magazine spread really made me realize how important a pull quote is within a design. The pull quote here really captures the emotion of the article and image in the design. I think its important to use pull quotes because the audience is easily pulled in by that one quote and may commit to reading the whole piece. The contrast between colors in this design is also very good, the dark grey and yellow go together perfectly.

Pull Quote: I like the simplicity of it. Not sold on the whole "put-the-pull-quote-ON-the-picture" deal, but it's something I might be able to live with. I mean, this is just for design folder anyhow.

This cover really inspired me to make a conscious choice about typography in my design. This is a very plain and simple design, but the typography makes it seem elegant and professional. The design also features some pull quotes that use numbers that aren't exact which is key in a magazine. The content plays the most important role but the flowers have so much beauty that the audience is drawn to this section of the magazine. The typography also inspired me to continue to use visual…

I like when pictures fill up the background of a spread and these flowers aren't overwhelming. They balance the type to create an organized layout.

This cover aspires to be a very technically sound design. They used 110 in the cover line instead of just 100 which is a important aspect to magazine covers. The masthead is bold an unique. The contrast between the dark background and pink type is intriguing and stylish. My only question would be where is the barcode?

Exclusive first look of Fashion Magazine's anniversary special issue cover, fronting this noted Polish fashion mag is top model Kasia Struss who was photographed by Seth Sabal in New York.