In 2014 we redesigned Milan-based Kaleidoscope magazine—an international contemporary art magazine defined by its curatorial and interdisciplinary attitude towards the new and the artsy. Critical players from creative communities around the world find their home in the pages of Kaleidoscope’s printed and online presence.
We created a contemporary, iconic, but adventurous attitude within a classic look to support the magazine’s cutting edge contributors. We created the graphic symbol of the eye to bring across the magazine’s claim: Visual Culture now.
Next to the design of the magazine we also make teaser movies for Kaleidoscope’s website, as well as creating merchandise products for special events and collaborations, together with brands like Slam Jam Milano or Études Studio.
Issue No. 24–26
Logomania is about art and its obsession with brands. That’s why we toyed with supermarket and advertising icons and their aesthetics.
The Art&Sex Edition flirts with cheesy 90’s porn aesthetics.
Superimages is all about iconic imagery. That’s why we used super reduced floating text boxes las with stock imagery to let the images in the magazine stand in the spotlight.