Posts Tagged ‘ Time magazine ’

Reinventing college

The chalkboard metaphor conveys the idea of education, but the article is not about the conventional classroom.
Time magazine, October 29, 2012.
Illustrator: Dana Tanamachi.


Maximum typography

While the world’s best footballer, the Argentinean Lionel Messi, takes time off to watch the European teams contest the EUFA Euro competition, I came across this dramatic spread from the Italian magazine Max. Big type. Big impact.

In February, Messi was featured on the cover of Time magazine, except in the United States—where almost nobody could tell you a solitary thing about this football giant—a feature about shyness prevailed.

Person of the year

This page is from the December issue of Time magazine, which is traditionally the issue dedicated to the achievements of an individual.

This year no one person was named, instead the award was given to the “protester.” Read the rationale of that decision by enlarging the image below. The raised fist, the symbol for solidarity, is the perfect graphic form to represent the unity of human spirit, so evident in 2011.

The year in quotes

What better way to start a new year than with an ingenious typographic pun from the December issue of Time magazine.