I’ve been massively neglecting tumblr recently because I’ve been busy with a whole bunch of things (mostly out of the design world). I do however have this double-page spread I was asked to do on Mark Webb, UK pro BMXer. Enjoy.
I’ll try keeping up to date.
It’s stimulating, beautifully balanced, and visually striking.
“Everyday Magazine is a magazine about graphic designers & other creatives, focusing on the people behind the works rather than the work itself. The magazine tries to keep to what magazines do best, instead of trying to imitate what the internet already does better. Therefore, the focus is mainly traditional journalism & photojournalism, resulting in a magazine that you sit down and take your time with, a contrast to the restlessness of the youtube-generation.”
My favorite project this semester was the publication of BLIGHT, a brand new magazine that seeks to foster increased popular conversation about “unsightly” urban issues through honest inquiry and information rich open dialogue. This semester we look at homelessness, and we aim to engage a…
Some great zine design here:
No.Zine is an independent arts zine, released in series and featuring a variety of young artists, designers, writers, photographers and illustrators. Each issue is conceptually centred around it’s issue number.
Curation, illustration, design and art-direction by Patrick Fry with the help of many great contributors.
For more of Patrick’s work visit:
www.patrickfry.co.uk No.Zine can be found in many
small bookshops and art spaces