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Brick magazine, issue 1

Contributed by Soimadou Ibrahim-Aliamane on Mar 26th, 2015. Artwork published in .
    Brick magazine, issue 1 1
    Source: http://www.brickthemagazine.com License: All Rights Reserved.

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

    Designed to be an intelligent union between fashion and music, we rejected the expected hip-hop motifs in favour of a clean and contemporary aesthetic, dividing the content into distinct sections – photography stories, written articles and a series of academic essays.

    As part of our commitment to elevate and drive magazine content, we art directed and commissioned photographers, illustrators and collaborators exclusively for Brick with the aim of creating unique, culturally relevant content.

    See more image on POST’s portfolio page.

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

    2. “Welcome to Atlanta” is set in Sideshow.

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

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

    5. Thanks! Updated.

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

    7. FF Bau?

    8. 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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