I absolutely love this magazine spread! I love how the type is large and falls off the page but we still know what it is saying. It is sharp and clean.
This is nice because there is a crop in on large display type. I think thats a nice effect with the coffee drips amongst the letters. The type set on each page of the spread is working and it compliments the shapes that are happening within the layout.
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Keep food magazines handy by installing a holder on side cabinets or an island. This area is too low to store items you use regularly, but is great for items that might otherwise get lost in the shuffle.
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Keep food magazines handy by installing a holder on side cabinets or an island. This area is too low to store items you use regularly, but is great for items that might otherwise get lost in the shuffle. See more at White Tulip Designs
This design reminds me of a magazine, which it what it is for. I like that they manage to maintain the magazine look without shoving a bunch of colors and text into your face. Though I do think that they could have avoided designing in the gutter.
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