Cameo magazine

TV & movie lovers, brace yourselves! The first issue of Cameo Magazine has arrived and it covers all the news you need. We’ve got you covered from celebrities interviews to TV recommendations, and other hot topics.

Cameo magazine

TV & movie lovers, brace yourselves! The first issue of Cameo Magazine has arrived and it covers all the news you need. We’ve got you covered from celebrities interviews to TV recommendations, and other hot topics.

Cameo magazine

TV & movie lovers, brace yourselves! The first issue of Cameo Magazine has arrived and it covers all the news you need. We’ve got you covered from celebrities interviews to TV recommendations, and other hot topics.

Magazine Spread Design

Cameo Magazine features one main topic each month, bringing it on the cover of the magazine and later on featuring a larger section dedicated to the subject. For this example, that is the famous “Stranger Things” series.

Creative Writing

Inside the magazine there are supposedly different sorts of articles. The following examples are pure fiction or personal approaches and opinions. 

Book vs. Movie:

This is a personal analysis of the comparison between the book and the movie – “Gone With The Wind”. It is an argumentative text including facts and the synopsis of both creations.

The aesthetics reflect the time the action of the story was set in, the 19th century.

Interview With Daisy Ridley

Fictive interview showcasing my ability to fabricate content and to research.

Soundtracks Chart

Visual representation of relevant statistics.

Reflections

The creation of this conceptual magazine challenged my creative writing, critical perception and has definitely thought me a few things about paper composition. 

It was fun to, once again, combine my personal interests with work for school and portfolio.

© Paul Bader Graphic Design. All rights reserved.

© Paul Bader Graphic Design. All rights reserved.