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Butane Café Poster by Noémie Cédille, via Behance; Art Direction, Branding, Graphic Design *Affiche pour le Butane Café.*

Fiches,Photographie,Couvertures,Couvertures De Magazines,Logos De La Mode,Mode Affiches,L'art De Couverture,Conception De La Couverture,Conception De Livre

Anthem: Issue 35

Chanteuses,Presse,Des Éléments De Conception,Magazine De Design,Conception De La Couverture,Couvertures De Magazines,Design Éditorial,Magazines,Conception Graphique

60 Stunning Pieces Of Editorial Design

Inspiration Graphisme,Affiches,Conception De La Couverture De La Revue,Couvertures De Magazines,Conception Web,Conception De Livre,Affiche Typographique,Art De La Typographie,Caractères

Alexander Liberman (1912-1999) was a Russian-American publisher, painter, and sculptor. Born in Kiev, he was educated in Paris, where he began his publishing career with the early pictorial magazine Vu. After emigrating to New York in 1941, he began working for Conde Nast Publications, rising to the position of Editorial Director, which he held from 1962-1994. Liberman used photographers such as Irving Penn, Cecil Beaton and Lee Miller, contributing to a new look at Vogue.

Alexander Liberman (1912-1999) was a Russian-American publisher, painter, and sculptor. Born in Kiev, he was educated in Paris, where he began his publishing career with the early pictorial magazine Vu. After emigrating to New York in 1941, he began working for Conde Nast Publications, rising to the position of Editorial Director, which he held from 1962-1994. Liberman used photographers such as Irving Penn, Cecil Beaton and Lee Miller, contributing to a new look at Vogue.


Encore plus d'idées
Consider if the title should go all the way across, or just flush left or just in a box in the corner. The all-the-way across looks dated to me and I'm liking how modern the minimalism looks. However, a minimal title means the cover image needs to be really strong. Also note the lack of teasers. Teasers? yes or no?

Consider if the title should go all the way across, or just flush left or just in a box in the corner. The all-the-way across looks dated to me and I'm liking how modern the minimalism looks. However, a minimal title means the cover image needs to be really strong. Also note the lack of teasers. Teasers? yes or no?

Editorial Design Inspiration: Archphoto

Editorial Design Inspiration: Archphoto

Alone, Yet Not Alone - NYTimes.com

Alone, Yet Not Alone