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Drøme magazine, vol. 3: “Fantasy”

Contributed by Gareth Hague on Jan 26th, 2019. Artwork published in .
    Drøme magazine, vol. 3: “Fantasy” 1
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    Drøme magazine is an arts and culture magazine whose mission is to publish narratives from perspectives that are overlooked or explicitly excluded from the art and media world.—Brit Larson

    For issue 3 Alias Harbour is used for the masthead, with a mix of fonts used throughout.

    Drøme magazine, vol. 3: “Fantasy” 2
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    Chapter opening, set in Harbour.
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    Chapter opening, set in Harbour.

    Chapter opening, set in Harbour.
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    Cooking in Berlin with Canela.

    Chapter opening, set in Harbour.
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    Fluid Future, set in Sackers Italian Script.

    Chapter opening, set in Harbour.
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    “Kiera Please” combines wide and condensed grotesque caps – in a reference to Issey Miyake's Peats Please? “Kiera” set in GT America, “Please” seems to be using Knockout.

    Drøme magazine, vol. 3: “Fantasy” 7
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    Chapter opening, set in Harbour.
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    All headlines set in Canela.

    Drøme magazine, vol. 3: “Fantasy” 9
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    Typefaces

    • Harbour
    • Canela
    • Sackers Italian Script
    • GT America
    • Knockout
    • unidentified typeface

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