'Intersection' is a magazine that is modern in its look, yet could have been put together in a pre-digital age. The fonts are nearly always black on white, no digital effects are visible, and images are left largely untouched by typography with as little cropping as possible. The whole magazine is built on a single grid, with one typeface used for body text. The use of specially designed fonts and different hierarchies of article introductions define the three sections. The design's ultimate objective is to be unique and distinctive, yet reader friendly and clear. The reader's attention is directed to the images and text, while a discreet graphic landscape gives a feeling of modernity and exclusivity.
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