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Editorial

Editorial

Editorial

Editorial

Editorial

Re:think Mag

Re:think Mag

Re:think Mag

Re:think Mag

Re:think Mag

Re:think Mag was created by The Atlantic's eclectic advertising team as an exercise in pursuing creative routes that deviated from our typical jobs. The first theme, Memory, tackled various questions asking if our memories are based on the brands we used and how language attrition affects one's childhood memories after immigrating to a new country.

I was responsible for establishing the typographic standard for the front of book section—table of contents, essays, how-to—as well as illustrating the cover and how-to section.

Re:think Mag was created by The Atlantic's eclectic advertising team as an exercise in pursuing creative routes that deviated from our typical jobs. The first theme, Memory, tackled various questions asking if our memories are based on the brands we used and how language attrition affects one's childhood memories after immigrating to a new country.

I was responsible for establishing the typographic standard for the front of book section—table of contents, essays, how-to—as well as illustrating the cover and how-to section.

Re:think Mag was created by The Atlantic's eclectic advertising team as an exercise in pursuing creative routes that deviated from our typical jobs. The first theme, Memory, tackled various questions asking if our memories are based on the brands we used and how language attrition affects one's childhood memories after immigrating to a new country.

I was responsible for establishing the typographic standard for the front of book section—table of contents, essays, how-to—as well as illustrating the how-to section and the cover.

Re:think Mag was created by The Atlantic's eclectic advertising team as an exercise in pursuing creative routes that deviated from our typical jobs. The first theme, Memory, tackled various questions asking if our memories are based on the brands we used and how language attrition affects one's childhood memories after immigrating to a new country.

I was responsible for establishing the typographic standard for the front of book section—table of contents, essays, how-to—as well as illustrating the how-to section and the cover.

Re:think Mag was created by The Atlantic's eclectic advertising team as an exercise in pursuing creative routes that deviated from our typical jobs. The first theme, Memory, tackled various questions asking if our memories are based on the brands we used and how language attrition affects one's childhood memories after immigrating to a new country.

I was responsible for establishing the typographic standard for the front of book section—table of contents, essays, how-to—as well as illustrating the how-to section and the cover.

DESIGNERS
Drew Campbell
Ari Curtis
Eric Hartman
Dante Meick
Devin Rochford
Brenan Stetzer

DESIGNERS
Drew Campbell
Ari Curtis
Eric Hartman
Dante Meick
Devin Rochford
Brenan Stetzer

DESIGNERS
Drew Campbell
Ari Curtis
Eric Hartman
Dante Meick
Devin Rochford
Brenan Stetzer

DESIGNERS
Drew Campbell
Ari Curtis
Eric Hartman
Dante Meick
Devin Rochford
Brenan Stetzer

DESIGNERS
Drew Campbell
Ari Curtis
Eric Hartman
Dante Meick
Devin Rochford
Brenan Stetzer

The cover is an interpretation of memory through varying fragments of found imagery. The elements in the collage like the trumpet, television, camera, microphone, plant, and the house all allude to the various articles in the feature well of the magazine. 

The cover is an interpretation of memory through varying fragments of found imagery. The elements in the collage like the trumpet, television, camera, microphone, plant, and the house all allude to the various articles in the feature well of the magazine. 

The cover is an interpretation of memory through varying fragments of found imagery. The elements in the collage like the trumpet, television, camera, microphone, plant, and the house all allude to the various articles in the feature well of the magazine. 

The cover is an interpretation of memory through varying fragments of found imagery. The elements in the collage like the trumpet, television, camera, microphone, plant, and the house all allude to the various articles in the feature well of the magazine. 

The cover is an interpretation of memory through varying fragments of found imagery. The elements in the collage like the trumpet, television, camera, microphone, plant, and the house all allude to the various articles in the feature well of the magazine. 

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The articles in the feature well adhere to the general typographic structure, but are stylized to accentuate the story in a more evocative way.

The articles in the feature well adhere to the general typographic structure, but are stylized to accentuate the story in a more evocative way.

The articles in the feature well adhere to the general typographic structure, but are stylized to accentuate the story in a more evocative way.

The articles in the feature well adhere to the general typographic structure, but are stylized to accentuate the story in a more evocative way.

The articles in the feature well adhere to the general typographic structure, but are stylized to accentuate the story in a more evocative way.

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