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ICBQ magazine, issue 05 2020

Contributed by ICBQ Magazine on Jan 25th, 2021. Artwork published in .
    ICBQ issue 05 cover with half-jacket
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    ICBQ issue 05 cover with half-jacket

    ICBQ is a magazine that focuses on sharing and exploring the work of designers and other creative people that was previously unseen, unused or rejected. Issue 05 was released in December 2020, with a focus on the overarching theme of freedom. The issue features previously unpublished work from Happy Little Accidents, Finn Reduhn, Jun Lin, Sid White-Jones, Jonathan Quaade, Symbol Studio, Yarza Twins, Gregory Page, Tom Shepherd-Barron and Lily Hayes.

    The issue was designed as an exercise in freedom itself, with several designers working independently of each other throughout 2020, for obvious reasons. Each feature was developed in response to its content, but within a certain set of typographic restrictions — namely the font. MD System from the excellent Mass-Driver™ is used throughout in two styles (Regular and Bold) to tie the otherwise eclectic design together and unify the editorial voice.

    Featured contributor: Jun Lin
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    Featured contributor: Jun Lin

    Featured contributor: Sid White-Jones
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    Featured contributor: Sid White-Jones

    Featured contributor: Symbol Studio
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    Featured contributor: Symbol Studio

    Featured contributor: Tom Shepherd-Barron
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    Featured contributor: Tom Shepherd-Barron

    Featured contributor: Finn Reduhn
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    Featured contributor: Finn Reduhn

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