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Brick magazine, issue 1

Contributed by Soimadou Ibrahim-Aliamane on Mar 26th, 2015. Artwork published in .
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    Source: http://www.brickthemagazine.com License: All Rights Reserved.

    Brick is a music and lifestyle publication representing the new age of Hip-Hop culture.

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    Source: http://www.brickthemagazine.com License: All Rights Reserved.
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    Source: http://www.brickthemagazine.com License: All Rights Reserved.
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    Source: http://www.brickthemagazine.com License: All Rights Reserved.
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    Source: http://www.brickthemagazine.com License: All Rights Reserved.

    Website

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    Source: http://brickthemagazine.bigcartel.com License: All Rights Reserved.

    Typefaces

    • Adhesive Nr. Seven
    • Big Caslon
    • Sideshow (TDF)
    • Neuzeit Grotesk
    • FF Bau

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    8 Comments on “Brick magazine, issue 1”

    1. Mar 26th, 2015  10:39 am

      The logo is a slightly modified and solid version of Adhesive Nr Seven.

    2. Mar 26th, 2015  3:51 pm

      “Welcome to Atlanta” is set in Sideshow.

    3. Mar 26th, 2015  3:53 pm

      And in same FB post, the mazine design is credited to Delivered By Post.

    4. Mar 26th, 2015  3:56 pm

      Body text seems to be set in Neuzeit Grotesk, according to this media pack.

    5. Mar 26th, 2015  8:11 pm

      Thanks! Updated.

    6. Mar 26th, 2015  8:40 pm

      Only one more typeface missing. The one that says "Whiz Kalifa". A better look at the fonts in this review.

    7. Mac says:
      Mar 27th, 2015  9:42 pm

      FF Bau?

    8. POST— says:
      Jun 4th, 2015  2:25 pm

      Yes the Wiz Khalifa typeface is FF Bau Bold. 

      And as Florian pointed out Adhesive was redrawn significantly for the masthead typeface. 

      Thanks guys. 

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