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A change of editor, content, and future objectives fueled Juxtapoz magazines 2013 redesign to be friendlier and more engaging. I used urban retro… Read More
A change of editor, content, and future objectives fueled Juxtapoz magazines 2013 redesign to be friendlier and more engaging. I used urban retro art deco typefaces and graphics, a warmer and more playful color palette, full bleed images, and dynamic and adjustable layouts to give Juxtapoz a style that appeals to our hip, urban readership. Read Less
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A change of editor, content, and future objectives fueled Juxtapoz magazines 2013 redesign to be friendlier and more engaging. I used urban retro art deco typefaces and graphics, a warmer and more playful color palette, full bleed images, and dynamic and adjustable layouts to give Juxtapoz a style that appeals to our hip, urban readership.
 
New feature design maintaining striking opening portraits but with
more flexibility and dynamic negative space for layout options
 
A new bold design for the editor's bold introductions
 
Picture Book, along with the other departments, got a more
open design and art deco-style graphics and typefaces
 
SF artist and entertainer, Mike Shine, made a custom stencil
typeface for us to use for our featured artists... himself included
 
Profiles go to full spreads to make the most of their
striking up-and-comer art
 
New department, Insider, is for the jet-set road warriors who just
can't stay in one place and need the inside track to scenes all over the globe
 
Review showcases great reading material and the redesign
lets you reach out and grab 'em off the page
 
New department, Influences, lets readers and subjects
connect on what makes their creative juices flow
 
Our new Style department showcases selected cool products out there
 
Table of Contents goes wider for another splashy introduction to issues content
 
Pop Life gets more streamlined and dynamic with a
slash divider and "punch-cut" numbering
 
New department, Online, gives our print fans a taste of what is going on online