Although this is a fashion magazine layout the same general principles can be applied to create a fashion textbook. The use of image is key to generate interest and illustrate the point the author is trying to make- they are evocative and really add a sense of meaning to the text
Browns Editions, John Ross, The Lonely Road // another example of type being offset to 90 degrees, meaning the reader must turn their head or the book, again being asked to act their part in the narrative.
really like the innovative approach to typography and the fact that it is in a different layout. However, it is difficult and confusing to read and understand. This means it might not be the best layout choice for my magazine
With just a conventional utility knife, Madrid based photographer and artist Pablo Thecuadro cuts apart fashion editorials and photographs to create collages. I love the surreal, trompe l'oeil quality to them - you can literally spend minutes just admiring each piece!
I'm not big on gallery walls, but I like this idea. Make it a small smattering over a hall table/entryway bench, and fill in spaces with small items/letters instead of just a bunch of similarly-sized frames.