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Kelly Lam: "Different media techniques including both wet and dry are enforced. Builds quite a vivid image that compliments the text. Dark and sullen colours connote the serious tone of the issue."

Editorial Design Inspiration

Editorial design has been with us for quite a long time. Magazine, newspapers and books are a good example of the importance of editorial design. With the web and mobile apps the pursue of an editorial design for this media has become one of the biggest goals of any design team. How to make dynamic content look and adapt differently depending on the context and intent?

Editorial Illustrations by John Holcroft

Meaningful Editorial Illustrations by John Holcroft

John Holcroft is a freelance illustrator from England. His illustrations are very strong and meaningful making it easy for the user to undertand the message, needless to say he does a great job. Enjoy!

Vintage New Yorker covers // The New Yorker // vintage editorial illustration

Old New Yorker Covers That Still Look Strikingly Modern

Vintage New Yorker covers // The New Yorker // vintage editorial illustration

mindshots – Sergio Ingravalle (Maivisto)

mindshots

mindshots – Sergio Ingravalle (Maivisto)

Donald Trump's sinking polls, unending attacks and public blunders have the GOP reconsidering its strategy for November

Inside Donald Trump’s Meltdown

Donald Trump's sinking polls, unending attacks and public blunders have the GOP reconsidering its strategy for November

Illustrator: Lauren Nassef Article Title:  Buying Sex Should Not Be Legal, The New York TImes Article content: Response to Amnesty International's endorsement of a new policy calling for the decriminalization of prostitution, the author argues this will hurt, not help, women because it gives power to men to 'pay less and ask for more'.  Techniques: substitution – using price tags to create the woman's garment, these tags vary in amount, implying the woman is not in control of the rates…

Illustrator: Lauren Nassef Article Title: Buying Sex Should Not Be Legal, The New York TImes Article content: Response to Amnesty International's endorsement of a new policy calling for the decriminalization of prostitution, the author argues this will hurt, not help, women because it gives power to men to 'pay less and ask for more'. Techniques: substitution – using price tags to create the woman's garment, these tags vary in amount, implying the woman is not in control of the rates…

The Billion-Year Wave How a group of scientists proved Einstein right—and expanded our view of the universe. After decades of speculation and searching, a signal has come through. It promises to change our understanding of the universe.

How the First Gravitational Waves Were Found

Nicola Twilley reports on the discovery of gravitational waves, ripples in space and time that may change our understanding of the universe.

Mad about Monkeys - Owen Davey Illustration

Mad about Monkeys

Owen Davey Illustration & Design

Lilly Partridge: "Cut Paper Art & Illustration by Jayme McGowan - another beautiful cut paper work, the textures in the paper really enhance the materiality of the illustration. Limited colour scheme works well with the tonal variants formed through the shadows of the different layers. Again, a very simple concept made effective through strong materiality."

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JAYME MCGOWAN children's book/editorial/advertising illustration

Project: Next Frontiers in Gender Diversity: spot illustration series on things done in field of gender diversity and more women in leadership. Client: Global Management Consulting Firm, 2014. Illustrator: Illustrator: Kotryna Zukauskaite.

Kata Illustration Portfolio

Editorial illustration portfolio by illustrator Kotryna Zukauskaite aka Kata | Kotrynos Žukauskaitės iliustracijos darbų portfolio

From a series of author portraits made with food, by Christian Kjelstrup. The materials used to compose the portrait a pun on the author's name: Leo Toastoy.

From a series of author portraits made with food, by Christian Kjelstrup. The materials used to compose the portrait a pun on the author's name: Leo Toastoy.