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  • Lay Me Out
    editorial design
  • Two unique redesigns were created for the feature stories of Rolling Stone Magazine and G7. Massacre, the feature story for Rolling Stone, embodies minimalism as the foundation of its design. The strength of the design stems from the white space created by the underlying vertical and horizontal grid columns.

    The design for G7 was inspired by constructivism. High contrast photo-treatments, stark geometric shapes and a simple constructivist color palette melded the design into a cohesive solution.
    Staying true to the foundation of minimal design, the color palette is limited. Black and white photography was chosen to heighten the contrast of the white space, interrupted only by spot colors sprinkled throughout the spreads.

    The continual stream of body copy accentuated the underlying design aesthetic—as minimal meets the rational. In the spirit of this theme, the sans serif Helvetica Neue was chosen based on its versatile font family.
    The aesthetic approach for the redesign of the Argentine magazine G7 was inspired by the constructivist era. The limited color palette of red, black, tan and white mimics the constructivist style. The design employs black and white silhouetted photographs with extremely high contrast, creating the dramatic air of a constructivist design.