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    This was our first collaborative college assignment in small groups of 3. Out tutors gave each of us an existing magazine, and an article which w… Read More
    This was our first collaborative college assignment in small groups of 3. Out tutors gave each of us an existing magazine, and an article which wouldn't usually fit the magazine's genre, and it was our task to make our given article fit the layout and style of the magazine. We were given the magazine WONDERLAND, a luxury lifestyle and culture magazine, and an article on Min Wang, a chinese graphic designer who was responsible for the creation of the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games branding and pictograms. Our main problem arose when we discovered that the magazines imagery was pretty much entirely photographic, and therefore it would be difficult to create imagery around our given article. We soon discovered a style of illustration in the magazine, similar to Min Wang's pictograms, that we managed to pick up on and adapt into our design. The final works can be found below. I would like to thank my colleagues for their work alongside myself throughout this assignment, Emily Lynch and Ryan Nolan. Read Less
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College Assignment Brief: Typographic and Layout Design and Graphic Image Making

Acknowledgements
Cover Illustration: Emily Lynch
Cover Layout and Design: Luke Kendall, Emily Lynch and Ryan Nolan
Article Illustration: Luke Kendall and Ryan Nolan
Article Layout and Design: Luke Kendall, Emily Lynch and Ryan Nolan

Magazine Layout and Typography inspired by: WONDERLAND Magazine
The Graphic Language of Min Wang Article originally written by: Richard B. Doubleday and Stephen Goldstein
Please Note: This work was purely conceptual and no information from the above work should be interpreted as factual.

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