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Masthead research

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  • 1. MASTHEADRESEARCH
  • 2. WHAT I WANT1. Bold2. Stands out3. Interesting modern font4. Easy to read
  • 3. I find this masthead very bold and interesting, the way they have used a black background just for the text makes it stand out and it is the first thing you notice when you see this magazine. I like that a sans seriffont is used, this could make themasthead easier to read so that for example, even people who don’t speak English very well can recognise the masthead.
  • 4. I find this masthead very bold as it is the first thing you notice when you see this magazineespecially since there isn’t much on the front cover. I like that asans serif font is used, this could make the masthead easier to read so that for example, evenpeople who don’t speak English very well can recognise the masthead. Clash usually uses white for its mast head but it depends on the background photo.
  • 5. I found this masthead different and inspiring as it is at the bottom of the cover which is unusual, it is also in two lines even though it is one word.I find this masthead very bold as it is the first thing you notice when you see this magazine especially since there isn’t much on the front cover. I like that a sans serif font is used, this could make the masthead easier to read so that for example, even people who don’t speak English very well can recognise the masthead. Plastique usually uses white for its mast head but it depends on the background photo.
  • 6. This is the masthead I came up with for my music magazine. I kept in mind that I wanted it bold, to stand out, to have an interesting modern font and I wanted it to be easy to read. In my masthead of my magazine “PAUSE” I have changed the “U” to a pause sign in black, this was to make my masthead stand out.BLACK LARGE WHITE FONTBACKGROUND BLACK PAUSE (inspired by Clash(inspired by SIGN (to make and Plastique)Wonderland) the masthead stand out)

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