The Pink Princewas born in London in 2016, and already has seen seven published issues, which are distributed in 12 countries. The magazine deals with a new generation of men’s fashion through a very fresh line, with a young spirit, and with a redesign that keeps pace with the latest editorial design trends.
For this issue, the team formed by Juan Martín (art direction) and designers Roberto Espartero and Sergio Paque, set out to give the redesign an integral character, an absolute change of look that encompasses the format, as well as the header, the cover, and the interior spreads.
For headings, Juan Martín selected Monument Extended, a wide bold grotesque that adds a severe and contemporary appearance. The cover holds several lavish details such as the barcode integrated in a box (with all the information related to a price, web, etc.), in addition to the theme (in this issue: “Survivor”), which functions as a link between all content. This becomes visible in the use of coordinates, looks, aesthetics, locations, etc. Smaller text elements are in Bw Gradual.