Interior design magazine featuring celebrity homes.
Branding, typography, page layout
Branding, page layout
Min Choi, Bradford Prairie, Sean Bacon
Aktiv Grotesk Condensed, Chronicle Deck, Hampshire
Autograph is a new magazine that features the incredible homes of celebrities. Through a mix of exclusive interviews, photos, and home tours, Autograph is a great place to gather design inspiration and get an in-depth look at celebrity culture. The magazine targets architects, design enthusiasts, and celebrity fanatics, ages 35-45. Autograph dives deep into details and showcases colors, textures, and forms inside featured homes. The magazine gives tips on how to implement certain styles into your own home for both an unlimited or an affordable budget.
Autograph Magazine uses a minimalistic and clean design with simple shapes and extra white space to help readers focus on the content. The magazine has a black and white color scheme, vivid imagery and large lettering to make content stand out and create an appearance of timeless professionalism. The natural and modern handwritten font Hampshire was used on the logo to represent an autograph. The sans-serif typeface Aktiv Grotesk Condensed was used throughout the magazine to support any message without overpowering it. Serif typeface Chronicle Deck, used for accents, gave strength and utility to the overall layout.
Autograph magazine overlaps two target audiences, interior design industry professionals and celebrity fanatics.
The interior spreads use a classic 6-column grid layout that is flexible and allows for a varied, asymmetrical column structure.
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