•Golf Magazine caught my eye the most because of its bold masthead and it stood out
because it was on the top shelf.
•(same as number answer above)
•Major League Baseball Magazine had the best photography because is was a detailed
•UFC magazine had the best photography because it had clear, organized cover lines and
was visually appealing.
•Major League Baseball Magazine because it had articles in it that I knew all about and
related to me.
•Super Bowl Magazine has the best table of contents because it was very easy to find each
•Survivors Edge has the coolest articles because they are intriguing and I learned new
things from them.
My Newsstand Visit
•I did not find what I was looking for at the newsstand.
Apparently Sports Illustrated isn't sold in stores (I found that
out after I visited 4 stores), but I just used one of the many
magazines my grandma gave me.
•The amount of magazines caught my eyes. There were
magazines there that I had never heard of.
•For the table of contents, I like the plain page with small
pictures next to the page numbers.
•I also didn’t like how everyone at the newsstand stared at
Sports Illustrated is the most
inspirational magazine to me because it has
the most noticeable masthead, the best
articles and it has the best central images
out of all the magazines I saw at the
newsstand. This particular magazine is the
most inspirational to me because I like the
date on the cover. It is something different
and it makes the readers want to look inside
and read more about it.
Inside the Issue
•The magazine is about how Auburn beat Alabama on an insane play in the final minutes
of the game. The game was a huge upset because Alabama was expected to win.
•The target audience of this magazine issue is any sports fans, enthusiasts, who are males
and between the ages of 17-45.
•Articles in the magazine:
Talks about Harbaugh brothers.
Article about Newtown victim who loves sports.
Interview with Martellus Bennett
Small article about pictures of Muhammad Ali
Rising basketball stars
Injuries in sports
• Mostly, the central images of Sports Illustrated are action shots
of one person in an event.
• Most of the pictures on the cover are taken on the field during
• The masthead changes colors in accordance to the colors on
the central image. The layout of the magazines are generally
the same in all of the issues.
• Generally, sports Illustrated does not have a puff or pug on the
cover, but the sometimes do.
• The cover lines are usually in the space of the picture, there is
no real trend to where the cover lines stay.
• This is my favorite cover
image because it has a
central image that me and
my partner could mirror
and do a smiliar one.
• I like how the coverlines
are very organized and
they don’t take away
from the central image.
• I like the broken glass
effect on the picture
because it makes the