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Clash, September 2011,

(letra palo seco) I think this is a very interesting magazine cover combining the faces of two people together!

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This split image and type is design well because of the greyscale coloring. Target audience Design- overall the font selection was perfect because it is still readable. I like the white space on the right gives the illustration depth.

Lizzy Caplan Pose on Malibu Magazine November December Magazine 2015 cover shoot

Lizzy Caplan Poses Poolside for Malibu Magazine Cover Shoot

‘Masters of Sex’ star Lizzy Caplan lands the December 2015 cover story from Malibu Magazine. The actress poses poolside for Steven Lippman in r

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Details Magazine Layout b photograph, low opacity color block behind title I like it because the picture is the main focus. Also, I like the contrast between the black and white and red

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I am not a fan of these cheeks, but everything else I am. The natural but defined brow, hard edge on eye contour and orange lips.

Cover Magazine / Book Vogue Used

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USED magazine. Brainchild of the London based creative agency Useful , (known for their art direction and editorial design of the Topshop 214 Magazine), USED is a new bi-annual publication focusing on the interaction between fashion and art. The first iss a creepy way

Be spooky yet classy this Halloween with this makeup inspiration. Using black and white makeup, draw intricate lines interconnecting on your face and neck to create a wonderful illusion of overflowing black tears.

Tom Biskup Art direction and branding of Rumor, an urban event devoted to fashion and lifestyle with four fashion shows, showroom space, photography exhibition and afterparty.

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I really like this cover because it doesn't look a stereotypical magazine I would see on the shelf. I love the use of contrasting fonts (especially the font that the word "george" is written in) and I like how the other stories are much smaller underneath it. It is a unique approach to a magazine cover and it instantly drew me in over stereotypical covers. I also love the use of the photograph and how the darkness of the photo contrasts the white text.

Esquire Singapore – January 2014

Art direction, design and lettering for the cover of Esquire Singapore. Photograph by Ruven Afanador.