Presenting the new SEGD magazine

The Society for Environmental Graphic Design recently relaunched its magazine with a new name and design by London studio Holmes Wood. The studio made a film revealing the process behind it

The Society for Environmental Graphic Design recently relaunched its magazine with a new name and design by London studio Holmes Wood. The studio made a film revealing the process behind it

The new magazine, renamed eg, was unveiled at the recent SEGD conference in New York where Holmes Wood used this video to explain what they had done.

Here’s the final cover and a spread from eg.

 

It’s a nice way to present a project, both from a client and a conference point of view – certainly better than some of the dry as dust Keynote presentations we have sat through in the past. Anyone know of other design studios making good use of video to present their work?

 

 

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