Layout The layout of Clash’s table of content is Text at the top unconventional seeing as it is layout out as a double page spread would do. However, the layout is clear and unambiguous and therefore it is easier for the audience to read and to find out what pages belong to which pages. Another unconventional aspect of this table of content is that the images are at the bottom and the text is at the top of the pages, and therefore challenges conventions. The conventional way of laying out a table of content is on one page, with images of one side and the text on the other, therefore this clearly goes against the conservative trait of aImages at the bottom usual table of content.
Imagery / Mise-en-scene The images that are displayed in this table of content are images that are featured within the magazine. This is what inspired me to do the same for my music magazine, seeing as for mine, I had also used images that were to be featured within my magazine and I also used photos that represented my model on my front cover. The mise-en-scene of the images are mostly in studios e.g. Florence and the Machine, Anthony Gonzales from M83 and The Big Pink.
Colour Scheme & Themes The colour scheme of this Clash magazine looks inconsistent for the fact that the front cover is blue and white, whereas this table of content is black and white, and therefore in this case look inconsistent. However, the font is the same, therefore in that aspect flows. The colour scheme are contrasted and therefore goes against conventions.
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