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Multiply is a new magazine, created to help and present the greek upcoming creative scene. It is formed by a team of young designers, photographe… Read More
Multiply is a new magazine, created to help and present the greek upcoming creative scene. It is formed by a team of young designers, photographers and journalists who believe that young creatives need their own distinctive way to develop. We were asked to help, by choosing a name and designing their brand, campaign and magazine. _ The editorial, is based on a 2 to 3 column grid which changes according to the text content. The stuff we were given for the magazine’s body was mostly pictures so we chose to keep this percentage on the cover too. Also each issue will have some extra detail features depending on the field it presents. In the silkscreen printing issue, we designed the contents page as if it was transferred on a screen ready to be printed and we changed the page numbering from regular to limited, as if the pages were silkscreen posters. Read Less
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Multiply Magazine
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Multiply is a new magazine, created to help and present the Greek upcoming creative scene.
It is formed by a team of young designers, photographers and journalists who believe that young creatives need their own distinctive way to develop.
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The body of the magazine was designed on a 2 to 3 column layout and the cover,
presents a display photo of the content.

Each issue comes with extra details depending on the field it presents.
In the silkscreen issue, the contents page was designed as if it was transferred
on a screen ready to be printed and the page numbering was changed from regular
to limited, as if the pages were silkscreen posters.
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BA Thesis


 


Credits:

Covers:
Silkscreen – Angelina Panagiotopoulou (MAMA Silkscreen)
Photography – Nikolas Yakoumakis
Typography – Dimitris Perdikopoulos (Condact typaface)
Illustration – Kostas Kaparos (Caripo)

Silkscreen issue:
Tind
Bob studio
This heart is a pipe bomb
MAMA Silkscreen
Fuzzink
Say What Studio

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