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Pan & The Dream Magazine #1

Contributed by ruya global on Aug 23rd, 2017. Artwork published in .
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    Source: http://paulbelford.com License: All Rights Reserved.

    Paul Bedford Ltd:

    Magazine design for Pan & The Dream Magazine. Issue 1: The Emperor’s New Clothes concerns itself with the naked form.

    The issue weds smart text and arresting imagery in a coming together of new and archival work from esteemed artists and young creatives alike. A statement defying the current wave of commercial puritanism and the mishandling of censorship in social media.

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    Source: http://paulbelford.com Paul Belford Ltd. License: All Rights Reserved.
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    Source: http://paulbelford.com Paul Bedford Ltd. License: All Rights Reserved.
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    2 Comments on “Pan & The Dream Magazine #1”

    1. Aug 23rd, 2017  9:22 am

      Hi Ruya, the main typeface used here appears to be François Rappo’s revival named Didot Elder. The big ‘5’ is from another Didot for large sizes, though. My bet is on HTF Didot. It seems the oldstyle ‘1’ with the long nose is neither included in Hoefler & Co’s version nor in the related Essonnes, as you had surmised. Maybe it’s a customization.

    2. ruya global says:
      Aug 23rd, 2017  11:26 am

      Hi Florian!

      You’re right! I had figured it for Essonnes because of the 'g’ glyph and the stylistic serifs on the 'S’ and 'C’.

      Thank you for the correction! Cheers :)

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