Two aspects of this magazine cover that are really impressive are the typographical relationships and the way the image covers the masthead. The typographical relationship is contrasting, with serif for the masthead and main cover line about Emma Watson, while the rest of the cover lines are sans-serif. This almost creates a hierarchy of sorts, showing that the text in serif is most important.
Illustrations On Fashion Magazines Covers Based in New York, artist Ana Strumpf is the author of the series “Re.Cover” in which she customizes in her way magazine covers such as W, Interview, Dazed & Confused, Esquire, Vogue and also I-D. With Sharpie and DecoColor pens, she draws on models’ bodies, well-known faces of actors, musicians and sportive or politic icons.
Stephanie Rodriguez. Vogue Paris beauty supplement, October 2007. Kim Noorda by Mark Sega. The typeface for the title is a Serif. The object is a magazine advertisement for a beauty supplement directed towards the beauty/fashion world and consumers. The typography used frames the models head perfectly so that the writing on her face stands out and tells you what it is about. the color of the typefaces makes them blend in with the picture and not cause too much attention to them.