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November 2011
Creative Review;Nov2011, Vol. 31 Issue 11, p90
In this article the author offers observations on magazine design. Particular focus is given to the disrespect editorial design often receives from those working in graphic design. Various images of successful design from periodicals are provided including "Elle UK," "Bloomberg Businessweek" and "New York Magazine."


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