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.
I often wish I could tell my younger self something that would have helped me on my way in life – but it’s rare when you come across a message from the past to your older self.
Ah, the good old days. We were young design students and we thought we knew it all. Except we really didn’t. When I was at the London College of Printing back in 1984, magazine racks in shops only held around 20 magazines. The desktop publishing revolution had not yet arrived.
With Christmas nearly upon us, I’ve put together a list of books for the designer in your life. Or just treat yourself.
If you like magazines and magazine design, you may well already be aware of the MagCulture blog run by Jeremy Leslie. You may or may not be aware that Jeremy has been guest posting for the splendid fellow bloggers It’s Nice That. Go check it out!