Silkwinds May issue is out!

By on April 24, 2015 in Magazines

The May issue of Silkwinds is now out and this month we feature the very talented Canadian photographer Benjamin Wong. His images are truly amazing and mystical. We also take a look at Malaysia’s horseback archers that are now saddling up for a comeback. Simon Bond captures how interest in this sporting tradition is picking up speed. Tea was traditionally enjoyed as a beverage, but thanks to inventive chefs it has now found its way into modern gastronomic creations. This and much more to sample…

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Silkwinds Magazine Redesign

By on December 24, 2014 in Magazines

Silkwinds magazine, for SilkAir, has gone through its transformation and the new redesigned issue is now out. The design ethos was to provide greater space for the images to tell their story. I opted for the Apex Sans font for bodytext which gives it a crisp and modern look. The cover story stretches over nine pages, which really allows it the room to convey the destination. The SilkAir section has been expanded to include more information on their offerings. Full issue can be view here

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Woodcutting a magazine

By on November 6, 2014 in Magazines

In a hearty salute to the self-made ‘moonshiners’ at the centre of John Hillcoat’s downhome bootlegging caper, Lawless — the cover movie of Little White Lies issue 42 — we decided to kick it old school by returning to reliable old wood and ink. In keeping with the film’s authentic tone and aesthetic, the cover, section headers, feature titles and illustrations have all been hand-carved from Japanese plywood. And if this wasn’t enough, the score the video has been specially composed by Human After All Creative Director Paul Willoughby from sounds recorded during the wood-carving process.