Type-treatments for Holo Magazine

I’ve been commissioned by Holo Magazine to develop a series of type-treatments for the the new Digital Economies Reader on https://www.holo.mg/

In the online editorial-format, author and journalist Matthew Braga explores prosperity and precarity for the artists working with technology.

The visuals are based on a draft by Alexander Scholz. As in the most cases, i have used Processing for this project.

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Published by Tim on Thursday November 26, 2020

Last modified on December 7th, 2020 at 6:52


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