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Cellophane - Issue 01 - In Transition

Contributed by Cellophane Magazine on Mar 10th, 2019. Artwork published in
December 2018
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    Cellophane is a new independent magazine designed by master students at Designskolen Kolding. The magazine transmits a critical voice and experimental approach of the students, creating an alternative to publications produced by the institution. Seeing from its name, Cellophane represents the values of transparency and diversity in the thoughts and content, created entirely by students of different study lines and cultures.

    The very first issue of Cellophane was released in December 2018 entitled “In Transition”.
    To interpret the moment of great and immanent change, the title is also translated in its atypical format. Finding a cross-thematic title that reflects the “zeitgeist” is fundamental to constantly connect Cellophane to the times we live in. The magazine puts the reader in a loop of three sections named “Input”, “Output”, and “Insights”. Starting from a wide variety of articles, sharing inspiration and awareness about the most relevant topics of our age, to articles focused on the design industry. The last section focuses on showcasing the most interesting design projects made by the students. Cellophane magazine therefore creates a new platform for exploring and displaying the potential of today’s design youth.

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