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  3. Burger Helvetica
Awesome.

    Burger Helvetica

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  4. Anatomy of a magazine spread: pt1

    In case you didn’t get the email, here’s some pages from GQ Australia that you might like to use as a check off list of “Am I doing it right? Do I have enough things on my page? What things COULD i put on my page?” This is a flawlessly designed magazine and is a textbook example of how to do things right.

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  5. Duuuuuuuuuuuudes, found a new font site. Not many fonts, but they are BEAUTIFUL. Plus, you can pay whatever you want for them (or get them for free if you are stingey).

     
     
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  7. Ok so you probably won’t become a logo designer (or maybe you will, I’m cool with whatever), but these are worth looking at. Just to get you thinking about CONCEPT. Concept concept concept.

     
     
  8. First or second years! You could do worse things in your life that going to this store and browsing through these puppies. Parents/boyfriends/girlfriends/siblings stuck with gift ideas for you this Christmas? GET GOOD MAGAZINES!

     
     
  9. Mag Cloud

    Hey everyone, I just discovered this site which helps indie mag designers get their magazines published and sold. While it might be a little far down the track or maybe a little off the track, it’s well worth having a flick through some of the previews to see what level amateur mag designers are at. Be careful not to pick up too many bad habits though!

    www.magcloud.com