Jeremy Leslie

What’s happening at British Vogue?

The latest issue shares a cover image with a rival magazine and comes off a clunkier second in terms of execution. Does this odd newsstand collaboration point to a wavering of artistic and editorial direction at the fashion staple?

Bloomberg becomes a little more business-like

With its anarchic, snarky tone, breaking every rule of typographic good taste, Bloomberg Businessweek was the touchstone for editorial designers. But as that energy became hard to maintain, and with a change of Creative Director, it was time for a new look for the title

Two Trump covers – but only one offers hope for Liberty

With magazine covers appearing in the digital space before they hit the newsstands, there’s a temptation to resort to shock tactics to ensure they stand out. Yet simple, wordless images can offer plenty of pause for thought, as the current New Yorker shows

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