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- HomeBoy Magazine
- Dont be worried. This isnt an anxious backward-looking magazine. It is, however, just a tad nostalgic. Homeboy hearkens back to the days when housewives made real dinners, people threw real parties, and friends dropped by to say hi, instead of sending a text message.
Most men these days move out and live in squalor, or they stay at home and live with mom. Finding a man with a well put together living space is rare. Some dont care. Some dont know. Finding a man with a great pad that throws a mean party is a tough task too.
This will take you at least one step closer to being the king of your castle instead of the master of your dump.
Homeboy is a collection of short articles, written by Shane Duquette, in the form of a miniature magazine. Its targeted at young men living either on their own, in bachelor pads, dorm rooms, or abysmal basement apartments like our first one. It covers things such as: how to throw a party, how to be a good host and how to bring home a date.
The cover illustration is of a quirky house party containing different elements that hint to whats addressed in the magazine, as there are no headlines on the front. The typography is professional, legible, masculine, and fits in with the retro feel of the illustrations, which are in every spread.
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