Fun Magazine Cover Doodle Art by Ana Strumpf & Hattie Stewart

Fun Magazine Cover Doodle Art by Ana Strumpf & Hattie Stewart

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Fun Magazine Cover Doodle Art by Ana Strumpf & Hattie Stewart

Cover Art/Design (1/10) This is similar to photo illustrations, but I especially like how the person is on an illustrated background as well as having artistic elements added to their face

The art of magazine covers: 20 incredible examples from 2012

Cover Art/Design (1/10) This is similar to photo illustrations, but I especially like how the person is on an illustrated background as well as having artistic elements added to their face

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These Magazine Covers Finally Got The Makeover We've All Been Waiting For

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Fun Magazine Cover Doodle Art by Ana Strumpf & Hattie Stewart                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Fun Magazine Cover Doodle Art by Ana Strumpf & Hattie Stewart

Again, I chose this pin as the layout and text placement inspired me for my own work.

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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.

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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.

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