We were there to oversee our latest publication being rolled off the press over at Platinum print in Harrogate yesterday.
Replacing ‘Transform‘, the newly titled ‘Propaganda Uncovered’ is an insight to some of the work we’ve produced over the last few months, including in depth articles on Car People, Xen-Tan, Neäl & Wølf, Illamasqua, Republic, and Daval. It also includes a showcase of our creative work in the aptly titled ‘Creative Showcase’ at the back.
As well as a new name, the publication has undergone a bit of a re-design. To symbolise that this is an insight to our agency, the front cover features a die cut hole that reveals the uncovered masthead, the intention being that the hole and colours will move and change per issue, and where possible, interact with the cover image (see two cover examples below).
As for the inner pages, these are now designed to complement the identity applied to our new(ish) web site.
Propaganda Uncovered is 36 pages, perfect bound, and printed on a lovely uncoated stock.
Posted by Lee Bennett.