Feature: Magazines

 
The colophon

The colophon

This is the page whose small gestures reveal who’s who, says John Morgan

 
The reviews

The reviews

Evaluations by ‘trusted third parties’ are a mag staple, says John L. Walters

 
The features

The features

A feature should have a spring in its step and a gleam in its eye, says Tim de Lisle

 
The front matter

The front matter

This ‘bitty section’ requires a jigsaw of design and writing skills, says Vici MacDonald

 
The contents

The contents

An unglamorous page, true, but it’s also a clever multi-tasker, says Mark Porter

 
The cover

The cover

Great magazine covers are built on a sense of fearlessness, says Ian Birch

 
Anatomy of a magazine

Anatomy of a magazine

Each magazine is unique. Happily, magazines are all alike, too. Here we analyse some of the elements…

 
R. O.’s New Yorkers

R. O.’s New Yorkers

Blechman celebrated the city’s high days and holidays with wit and concision

 
Reputations: Stuart Geddes

Reputations: Stuart Geddes

‘I am interested in exploring different archetypes of books … I like to create friction between design…

 
Pay close attention

Pay close attention

Adam Michaels and Prem Krishnamurthy of Project Projects bring deep cultural engagement to every aspect…

 
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