From grid to print in two days flat

Leslie, Jeremy
September 2011
Creative Review;Sep2011, Vol. 31 Issue 9, p66
The article focuses on the production of the periodical "Longshot," which is produced by a group of San Francisco, California-based writers and designers who produce the magazine in 48 hours. Particular focus is given to typography, color and layout style of the magazine's second issue which was focused around the theme of debt.


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