Fun Magazine Cover Doodle Art by Ana Strumpf & Hattie Stewart

Fun Magazine Cover Doodle Art by Ana Strumpf & Hattie Stewart

Vogue+Italia, Ana Strumpf, illustration on fashion magazine, Vogue. Nice balance between the illustrations and the photography.

sucre-paper: The front cover of Sucre Paper #3 was shot by Aimée Han, photographer based in New York.

sucre-paper: The front cover of Sucre Paper #3 was shot by Aimée Han, photographer based in New York.

Z Magazine – A great example of how a masthead can break through into the image below. I also like the coloured border here, meaning that each issue could be different, and be chosen to best go with the image itself.

Z Magazine – A great example of how a masthead can break through into the image below. I also like the coloured border here, meaning that each issue could be different, and be chosen to best go with the image itself.

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An Italian Economic Revue features better cover designs than most design magazines

An Italian Economic Revue features better cover designs than most design magazines

Knit Wit: A New Magazine About A Timeless Craft

Knit Wit: A New Magazine About A Timeless Craft

The broken effect of the image is great and something to expect in a indie/ alternative  magazine. This is because it's very different to an image you would expect to see everyday. I would put images like this on the contents page, mostly because there's not a lot of focus on the person, which is what I want for a front cover or a double page spread. There's more focus on the style of the image itself which I think would be better for a contents page.

The broken effect of the image is great and something to expect in a indie/ alternative magazine. This is because it's very different to an image you would expect to see everyday. I would put images like this on the contents page, mostly because there's not a lot of focus on the person, which is what I want for a front cover or a double page spread. There's more focus on the style of the image itself which I think would be better for a contents page.

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