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GQ Dec. 2010 “Men of the Year” Covers

Contributed by Font Bureau on Feb 14th, 2012.
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    Source: http://www.fontbureau.com GQ Magazine. License: All Rights Reserved.
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    Source: http://www.fontbureau.com GQ Magazine. License: All Rights Reserved.
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    Source: http://www.fontbureau.com GQ Magazine. License: All Rights Reserved.
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    Source: http://www.fontbureau.com GQ Magazine. License: All Rights Reserved.
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    Source: http://www.fontbureau.com GQ Magazine. License: All Rights Reserved.
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    Source: http://www.fontbureau.com GQ Magazine. License: All Rights Reserved.

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    5 Comments on “GQ Dec. 2010 “Men of the Year” Covers”

    1. Joe Lamarca says:
      Aug 18th, 2012  4:22 pm

      Is it just me or does the type layout of these covers look horrible. All caps and smashed together.

    2. marc slovodnic says:
      Oct 23rd, 2012  12:21 am

      Joe, you are 100% correct and it is hard to read. My daughter, a graphic designer, sent me this and never mentioned the type layout. And that is one of her biggest complaints about the print world: They don’t understand fonts and type setting.

    3. Callous Hank says:
      Nov 2nd, 2012  11:17 am

      looks damn good to men.  The cover was designed for MEN.

    4. John Doe says:
      May 2nd, 2013  8:22 am

      I agree guys. Only the picture does the job. The type isn’t fine tuned, too much text for a cover IMO.

    5. Justin says:
      Sep 30th, 2013  6:14 pm

      I see what you guys mean about the type, but it’s not a fair comment that the print world doesn’t understand type. It’s actually web typography that has recently started catching up to print sophistication.

      Given the necessarily flexibility of web, it will take a long time before our browsers start seeing the same output as a skilled type craftsman.

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