Here’s a great piece of design for a play that I saw recently at the Royal Lyceum Theatre in Edinburgh. The play was called Kill Johnny Glendenning, and the only way to describe it is if Quentin Tarantino had been brought up in Glasgow. It is brilliant!
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I was explaining our Scotland Outdoors subscriber cover to someone recently, and they had never even heard of the concept. In a nutshell, we design a retail cover, with barcode, cover lines and eye-catching cover image to help us stand out on the crowded newsstand.
Before CMYK, I worked at Scotland on Sunday newspaper as the design editor. One of my favourite parts about the job was getting to work with some super-talented illustrators. Sadly, not something you see a lot of in newspapers in general. Here’s a great front page from 1995, when Spectrum was a broadsheet (as opposed
So, i-D magazine – trailblazer among the style bibles of the early eighties, has been sold to Vice Media by founders Terry and Tricia Jones. They will remain shareholders in the business.
Some time ago I posted this shot of Neville Brody at his Tottenham Court Road studio, taken when I worked at Design magazine in 1988. Julian Hawkins took the picture, but I remembered standing in for Neville for the obligatory Polaroid.
WHILE looking in the attic this week for my Black & Decker drill, I was delighted to discover a set of my old Goal magazines from the late Sixties. Bang went the next two hours as I wallowed in football nostalgia and marvelled at the transformation that such magazines have undergone since.