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Chloe Scheffe: Rethinking editorial design

Chloe Scheffe: Rethinking editorial design

Brooklyn-based Chloe Scheffe designs books by groundbreaking thinkers and tackles magazines with a similarly radical approach
 
Jack Davison: Play of light

Jack Davison: Play of light

Each of Jack Davison’s portraits is a spontaneous dance with his subject, says New York Times Magazine photo director Kathy Ryan [EXTRACT]
 
For the love of food and print

For the love of food and print

Michele Outland, creative director of Bon Appétit, also co-founded and designs the indie mag Gather Journal. Steven Heller reports
 
Tales from the West Coast

Tales from the West Coast

With its origins in ‘live journalism’ shows, The California Sunday Magazine achieves its narrative power through a cinematic approach to photography and type
 
This woman’s work

This woman’s work

Kate Hepburn’s design career, embracing pioneering magazines such as Spare Rib and Vole as well as comedy and rock’n’roll, is rooted in rigorous typography
 
Pulling back the curtain

Pulling back the curtain

Published by the Communist Women’s League, Ty i Ja [You and I] was an ambitious 1960s title that brought the outside world to its Polish readers
 
Lovable loser

Lovable loser

A daring approach to sports journalism earned the short-lived Jock magazine a place in design history
 
Two-colour haikus

Two-colour haikus

Banks & Miles art directed Which? magazine, the Consumers’ Association’s flagship title and its covers. John Miles talks to Paul Harpin
 
Point of difference

Point of difference

Enigmatic imagery and restrained typography give HR membership quarterly Work. the visual personality of an independent magazine
 
Double vision

Double vision

Fast-paced, emotional, competitive, surprising – Germany’s ZEITmagazin is a print title for the digital age
 
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