Print Club London – Iris. I think this one could work on the newspaper too, although it may look too appealing for some readers. Kind of too distracting maybe. I can see it works on muted color and muted patterns though by combining real photographs with illustration and digital colouring
Browns Editions, John Ross, The Lonely Road // another example of type being offset to 90 degrees, meaning the reader must turn their head or the book, again being asked to act their part in the narrative.
This images shows the pages of this fanzine. I like this one and how the pages are different sizes, this is because it makes it more fun to look at and to read, same with the page colours being different aswell, it gives the reader something new to look at.
This is an interesting magazine cover because they use their brand name and portray it in their photo. In the photo they use black hands covered in the printing colors; cyan, magenta, and yellow. This makes the magazine brand stand out