#MagLove 3 March 2017 — the best magazine covers this week — Popular Science, March/April 2017.

3 March 2017 — the best magazine covers this week — Popular Science, March/April

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Au Science Magazine Issue 1

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A series of DNA themed illustrations for the popular science publication, Genome.

Surrealistic 70's serigraphies by Yugoslavian born Russian artist Nikolai Lutohin. Many of these illustrations appeared on the Sci-fi magazine Galaksija. Related: Yugodrom, a tumblr focused on "graphic aesthetics from ex Yugoslavia" Via: 50 Watts

Nikolai Lutohin, Sci-fi illustrations from 70’s Yugoslavia

Surrealistic serigraphies by Yugoslavian born Russian artist Nikolai Lutohin. Many of these illustrations appeared on the Sci-fi magazine Galaksija.

Impact is the Department of Materials Science & Engineering at the University of Toronto’s annual magazine. With this issue we expanded the page count and switched up some of the fonts to bring a more expressive element to the feature stories. This issu…

Impact is the Department of Materials Science & Engineering at the University of Toronto’s annual magazine. With this issue we expanded the page count and switched up some of the fonts to bring a more expressive element to the feature stories.

Various Spreads from Runner's World Magazine by Nick Thackray

Various Spreads from Runner's World Magazine by Nick Thackray

Nick Thackray has been an art director in the publishing industry for nine years, a couple of publications include Max Power and FHM. Currently, Nick is the art director for Runner's World and he took on the re-design in summer

Board game packaging: GEOlino, the German science magazine for children, wanted its young readers to experience the effects of global warming. Not with dry-as-dust theory, but in a completely child-oriented way. That’s why they have developed MELTDOWN – the first board game that melts.

Board game packaging: GEOlino, the German science magazine for children, wanted its young readers to experience the effects of global warming. Not with dry-as-dust theory, but in a completely child-oriented way. That’s why they have developed MELTDOWN – t

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