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Lifelounge Magazine - Editorial Design

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  • Lifelounge Magazine - Editorial Design
    After five years of building an international reputation for publishing the best of action sports and popular culture content online, in 2005 Lifelounge decided to take the plunge into print media, launching Lifelounge Magazine. Initially distributed for free, the magazine rapidly garnered a huge following, boasting a 100% pick up rate and a slew of praises for its unique editorial style and design aesthetic.
    From it's inception up until late 2009, I was the music editor for the magazine, writing features and coordinating contributors for both the printed magazine and Lifelounge.com. Artists and bands interviewed included Public Enemy, Cut Copy, Matthew Herbert, !!!, LCD Soundsystem, TV On The Radio, MIA, Liars, Yeah Yeah Yeahs and many more. Additionally I produced photography and design for each issue, alongside art director and typographer Luke Lucas.

    Below are a series of spreads I designed over a number of issues. In most cases I also wrote the feature in the spreads, which should still be available to read online at 
    Lifelounge.com.
  • Opening spread for a Bonde Do Role feature.
  • Opening spread for a feature on Coldcut.
  • Opening spread for a feature on CSS.
  • Opening spread for a feature on Cut Copy.
  • Opening spread for a feature on DJ Krush.
  • Opening spread for a feature on up and coming Australian bands.
  • Opening spread for a feature on the Fox Hotel in Copenhagen.
  • Opening spread for a feature on Matthew Herbert.
  • Opening spread for a feature on Home Video.
  • Opening spread for a feature on Maximo Park.
  • Opening spread for a feature on Nightmares On Wax.
  • Opening spread for a feature on Public Enemy.
  • Photo spread for the 22 Flavours Project Launch
  • Opening spread for a feature on Spank Rock.
  • Opening spread for a feature on Ed Banger Records.
  • Opening and second spread for a feature on Royal Tennis.