Princípios do bom Layout

Alexey Brodovitch for Harper's Bazaar If you don't like full skirts. Article in Harper's Bazaar, Photographs by George Hoyningen-Huene March 1938

A History of Graphic Design: Chapter 58 ; History of Layout Design and Modern Newspaper & Magazins

Bad Design "Don't Do This" A History of Graphic Design: Chapter 58 ; History of Layout Design and Modern Newspaper & Magazins

Spread from Avedon’s Observations (1959). Designed by Alexey Brodovitch

At his best, Brodovitch was able to create an illusion of elegance from the merest hint of materiality. Clothes were presented not as pieces of fabric cut in singular ways, but as signs of a fashionable life.

Brodovitch utilized the talents of many photographers while at HB, often changing between them without notice.

design-is-fine: “ Alexey Brodovitch, Editorial artwork for Harper’s Bazaar, photography by Man Ray, The stripes result from moiré.

impressive photo. Beautiful photo.

They always say content drives design, but I think this is an excellent example of the design concept coming first.

Layouts for Harper Bazaar by Alexey Brodovitch. http://www.designishistory.com/1940/alexey-brodovitch/

A photographer, graphic designer, art director, and teacher known primarily for the magazine Harper's Bazaar

example of bad hierarchy. There is a clear hierarchy, but the text in the columns is so small and so close together that is it almost unreadable. it needs to be broken up a little bit.

example of bad hierarchy. There is a clear hierarchy, but the text in the columns is so small and so close together that is it almost unreadable.

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