UPSTREET MAGAZINE - THE DESIGN SURGERY

Upstreet Magazine: Men's Fashion, Arts & Culture // via Behance

Process Manual Volume 1.0 by Dan Ogren, via Behance

Process Manual Volume on Behance. I really like the materials - hope to do something like this if I can find the right client! What if my "leave behind" was a booklet showing my process?

I like the positioning of the text it has no order yet it is very neat. Also the small text boxes of writing are placed randomly. There are elements of disorder yet it looks very ordered.

layout ideas - I like the positioning of the text it has no order yet it is very neat. Also the small text boxes of writing are placed randomly. There are elements of disorder yet it looks very ordered.

Derwent London The River & the Railway by Cartlidge Levene

The River and the Railway is a book telling the story of property investment company Derwent London, designed by Cartlidge Levene and written by Hugh Pearman.

This magazine looks very clean and artistic. I like it a lot because of the soft colors paired with black.

Layouts // Image focused // Muted // Grey // Magazine // Cereal magazine Minimal design with straight up content.

I like the first pattern on this pin.  I like that the third one feels hand drawn, or maybe watercolored.  I like that the first one is a little vintage and feminine.  I like that both of them are monochromatic.

pretty, with real proper handwriting // frankie media kit

A beautifully simple tool to create moodboards. Niice

Party Picks Photo Layout / Corporate Brochure by Realstar 767074519946012 in Layout & editorial

Image-Publication for the Art University of Linz

print design inspiration UNI:VERSE 2012 Image-Publication for the Art University of Linz by MOOI design

Worlds Fair 2020 Advertisements #infographics

Worlds Fair 2020 Advertisements Good idea, B&W aerial/focal with Project Title in White, Bebas

I think these layouts are a great example of how to make pages graphic heavy, and yet integrate text very well. However, where the most intense graphic elements are, my eye usually goes the wrong way across the page (i.e. right to left)

I think these layouts are a great example of how to make pages graphic heavy, and yet integrate text very well. However, where the most intense graphic elements are, my eye usually goes the wrong way across the page (i. right to left)

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