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Tender is the Night – Harper’s Bazaar Singapore enlists photographer Gan to capture dramatic, sophisticated gowns from Chanel Haute Couture in their July cover story shot on location in Beijing. Model Lina Zhang is the very picture of elegance in the couture collection of dazzling blues and billowing shapes, styled by Kenneth Goh. / Beauty by Greg O

Gan Captures Lina Zhang In Chanel Haute Couture for July Harper’s Bazaar Singapore

magazine spread--maybe for a divider page?

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This spread creates a playful title, incorporating colors from her shirt. The image is definitely the main focus of the design to hook the reader, while the text is very small towards the right.


Very ELLE is a special biannual edition of French ELLE, art directed by Non-Format. Features & editorial spreads employ the typeface Heroine, which was created specially for the magazine.

★ DESIGN ARMY – Washingtonian Bride & Groom: Calendar Girl (Editorial Design and Art Direction) © Design Army LLC

Classic Type Calendar Girl Editorial spreads for the Winter / Spring 2012 cover story of Washingtonian Magazine’s Bride & Groom issue. Designed at Design Army.

Antwerp font created by Kubel. The hot pink is what draws my eye immediately. The layering, and italicized/regular combination of the font is very appealing. I love how the left side of the page is vertical, while and on the right side everything is horizontal. Very unique and fun approach to Graphic Design.

Font: Antwerp by Henrik Kubel. I love the landscape orientation of the poster layout. What makes it more interesting is the vertical left side and horizontal right side. The hot pink instantly catches my eye. The design is simple yet effective.

amazing Alice in Wonderland inspired photography and typography. by Design Army for the Washington Ballet.

Fashion Shoot: Septime Webre’s Alice in Wonderland, Washington Ballet. Creative & Art Direction by Jake Lefebure and Pum Lefebure of Design Army. Photography by Dean Alexander. //I really really like the minimal use of overlaying graphics in these images.