Lobe Magazine

A fictional magazine for young designers. Lobe employs a playful design style, with the first issue using peel-able stickers on the cover to allow for personalisation and interaction between the magazine and the readers. Lobe's malleable masthead suggests dynamism and fluidity and is a relfection of the weird and wonderful world of Lobe.

The brief called for a strictly typographic layout of the article and so I used the article in size 6pt as a background for the actual readable article in size 10pt. This layering of text created an interesting 'pin-stripe-like' backdrop for the article and further explored the article's theme of 'white space'. 
Fluorescent pink stock was used as filler pages for the rest fo the magazine. The pink pages complimented the flurosecent green cover of the magazine, ultimately achieving the eye-catching aesthetic desired for the newstand. 
The abstract faces on the cover are peel-able stickers. The stickers allow the magazine to be an interactive piece of design; readers can choose to peel as many or as little stickers as they want, they can stick them within the pages of the magazine allowing for personalisation of the pages or can stick them on personal belongings, allowing for a playful contination of the magazine beyond its pages. 

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