Wired Intro Spreads
Wired Intro Spreads
Wired Intro Spreads

Wired Intro Spreads

Adams/Morioka, Beverly Hills, California, 1996

Description

Wired magazine traditionally asks certain designers from around the country to design the intro spreads for each issue. We were given a quote to drive the content, and determined that a use of symbolism and narrative would solve the problem. Disparate symbolic images were layered (sans Photoshop filters) to create a narrative. For example, water = money, Iwo Jima = perseverance. We were especially interested in the concept of ambiguous unfinished narrative, as well as the non-digital/primitive form of the layering and images.

Collections: Communication Graphics: 18 (1997)
Discipline: Editorial design
Format: Magazine, Booklet

Credits

Design firm
Adams/Morioka
Art directors
John Plunkett, Sean Adams, Noreen Morioka
Graphic designers
Sean Adams, Noreen Morioka
Photographer
Various
Typeface
Trade Gothic Condensed Italic
Publisher/client
Wired Magazine
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