First steps on a cooking/food magazine project, for which there is no actual content yet.
8 months ago
It seems everyone is working on a food magazine (who wouldn't want to?)! Gorgeous ToC but I'm curious if it would benefit from more imagery.
Nah, I think it's fine, it looks like a very posh menu.
fonts in use? :)
Designing around 0 content? What can possibly go wrong? :)
@James Ferrell I know! That is what I said!!! A vacuum without space ice cream is a sad place indeed
@Kevin Lee I was thinking… that maybe the rhythm of it would be SUPER-full-page-crazy-photographic front cover, then [decompressssiiinng] white space of this typographic spread and then -boom*- the first recipe picture when you turn the page. Sort of modulating the experience to treat the photographs as full-page "reveal" of sorts. This may or may not be a flawed plan… its all very much an experiment right now.
I think that's a brilliant plan! In much the same way that ginger or parsley is used as a palate cleanser between elements of the meal, your typographic spreads cleanse the palate between rushes of imagery.
@kellianderson sounds like something that would make Emeril proud. Doesn't sound flawed but as they say; you never know until you start working with real content ;)
Like the typo and its cleanness!
I love the numbers in circles down the middle.
I really like it!
I'm liking the 90s Carson-esque type treatment on the left. Not sure if that's intentional, or why I like it, but I do.
7 months ago
I like the something is hiding in here element.
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