SPLIT Magazine's concept is simple: it talks about duality. Sex and gender, salty and sweet, the sun and the moon, love and hate, SPLIT got it. This first issue explores in 74 pages the theme of gender and sexuality through eleven themes, with a corresponding colour for each, ranging from visual arts to sociology, theatre and linguistics, with think pieces and reviews. No black and white here. The spreads are always split into two colours, and the spiral binding allows the masthead to be separated from the cover. The main challenge of this exercise for me was to work with a considerable amount of text.
This magazine features the first appearance as main typeface of Culver Grotesk Light, my font that has yet to be released, as well as Clifton Italic and Albertus Regular.
Project realised under the tutelage of Judith Poirier, for the Université du Québec à Montréal, Fall semester 2018.
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