Grafikmagazin 06.22 – Logo Design
As the name indicates, Grafikmagazin is a print magazine focusing on all things graphic design. Primarily it’s aimed at professional creatives and design students from Germany, Austria, Switzerland, and beyond. Grafikmagazin presents outstanding work from graphic design, typography, illustration, photography, design theory, research, paper, and printing every two months.
The editorial team of Grafikmagazin created a variety of sections and categories but selected focus themes for each issue, like Logo Design. The topics portray how imaginative, eclectic, and playful graphic design can be while featuring successful branding concepts and niche ideas.
The extensive Showroom section lets readers know other creatives and the stories behind design studios worldwide. In this issue, Grafikmagazin 05.22 – Logo Design, the iconic illustrator Sempé was featured, amongst others.
The Design & Research category presents interdisciplinary projects that show how science and research can benefit from creative solutions and play an active role in graphic design.
In the Production & Publishing section, everything revolves around print. You will find exquisite books, sophisticated annual reports, and high-quality embossed greeting cards. Also, the cover artists of each issue are interviewed or get to highlight their ideas.
Each cover is printed on a different paper, and the design interprets the particular Grafik+ theme more broadly or shares a fresh perspective on a unique design technique.
The Grafikmagazin team, its correspondents, and freelancers are bound and driven by the firm belief that print is not dead. With the will to prove just how alive it is, and the motivation to start something fresh yet deeply traditional, they strive for nothing less than to create another print magazine that makes history.
Phoenix Verlag für Grafikdesign
Kingdom Wove recy white, 160 g/qm, Igepa, Stardream in Citrine, Fine Gold und Anthracite, 285 g/qm, Igepa
Stainer Schriften und Siebdruck, Tobias Holzmann
4-color Offset, Siebdruck
17 × 27 cm