Problem
Keyframe is an animation magazine with an audience of animation fans and those in the industry age 25-40. Named after an animation term, the magazine mainly focuses on the craft of animation, with interviews and features on current shows and movies.
Solution 
Eames and Tenso hold their own on covers featuring stills and promo shots from animations with a variety of styles and color palettes. Baskerville maintains legibility for copy inside the magazine. Because of the great variety in the visual language of different animators, each feature article uses typography matching the tone of the article for the feature start, while the standard Keyframe typefaces are flexible enough to be used in all other areas of the magazine.
Instructor
Sean Bacon
Class
Page Layout
Typefaces
Baskerville
Eames Century Modern
Tenso
Elements
Covers
Feature Articles

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