With so many websites having similar designs and structures nowadays, it’s very important for any web designer to stay creative and unique in order to stand out from the crowd. This isn’t always such an easy task. So how about a different approach to web design? Today, we’d like to bring your attention to editorial design.
As a rule, an editorial design is custom-made and takes into account aspects such as readibility and visual attractiveness. It can be a mix of photos, typography, bold colors, and geometric shapes. Why the focus on print design? Well, because sometimes taking yourself out of the environment you have grown accustomed to can really spruce up the idea generator.
With that in mind, we have put together the following 20 smashing editorial design pieces for your inspiration. Also, if you haven’t already, check out our previous collections of printed brochure designs (Part 1 and Part 2) as well.
Recommended Reading: 50 (More) Fantastic Printed Brochure Designs – Part II
B A C K S P O T – Only style matters by Agustina Petrozzino
The Motion Theater by Caroline Grohs
O R I O N / by Flavia Schreiber
Calendar Girl by Matt Chase
GOOD Editorial Illustration by David Schwen
Graphic Design by Sebastien Bisson
Revista 30 Anos Unasp-EC by Felipe Pinheiro
Biombo by Magoz
Filter Magazine, August 2010 by Pleks
Editorial Illustrations 2011-2012 by Charis Tsevis
lg2boutique: Agropur Annual Report by Courtney
NO CURE MAGAZINE ISSUE 2 – GENDER by Mark Zeidler
Field Magazine by Well Made Studio
Dale Mag by Emilia Molina Carranza
Revista Cuadro “Piel” by Fernando Torres Rojo, javier Dominguez, Stefan Angeles, Mariana González Roldán, and Carolina
STREETMAG Light by Paweł Brzeziński and Rytm Interactive
Johanne Kolstad by Tatalab, Velour, and Tata&Friends
Daniel Paper – Corporate Publishing by moodley brand identity, Sabine Kernbichler, Marion Luttenberger, and Katrin Scheikl
PS magazine – 13/4 by José Simon
Vague Magazine by Carolina Menezes, Daniel Rocha, and Li LOu