PAGE COVER / MAY 2010 by Lukas Lindemann Rosinski for PAGE MAGAZINE

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PAGE COVER / MAY 2010

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Industry Magazines
Media Design & Branding
Market Germany
Agency Lukas Lindemann Rosinski
Creative Director Arno Lindemann
Art Director Sebastian Groebner, Annika Richter
Photographer Frank Stoeckel
Released April 2010

Credits & Description

Category: Typography
Advertiser: PAGE MAGAZINE
Product/Service: MAGAZINE
Agency: LUKAS LINDEMANN ROSINSKI
Date of First Appearance: Apr 30 2010 12:00AM
Entrant Company: LUKAS LINDEMANN ROSINSKI, Hamburg, GERMANY
Entry URL: http://www.page-online.de/
Photographer's Assistant: Peter Bauer (Frank Stoeckel Photography)
Creative Director: Arno Lindemann (Lukas Lindemann Rosinski GmbH)
Production: Antje Reuter (Reuter Photomanagement)
Art Director: Annika Richter (Lukas Lindemann Rosinski GmbH)
Editor-in-Chief/Publisher: Gabriele Guender (Page Magazine)
Art Director: Sebastian Groebner (Lukas Lindemann Rosinski GmbH)
Graphic Designer: Andreas Rasmussen (Lukas Lindemann Rosinski GmbH)
Graphic Designer: Pranay Suri (Lukas Lindemann Rosinski GmbH)
Photographer: Frank Stoeckel (Frank Stoeckel Photography)
Photographer's Assistant: Peter Bauer (Frank Stoeckel Photography)
Production: Antje Reuter (Reuter Photomanagement)
Editor-in-Chief/Publisher: Gabriele Guender (Page Magazine)
Media placement: 07 April 2010 - Magazine Cover - 1 Month

Describe the challenges and key objectives
The main challenge was to create a design that brings the cover story 'Multi-Channel Concepts' to life without overloading the cover and without showing cheesy images of media /new media devices put together in a photoshopped image.

Describe the brief from the client
We were asked to design the cover / cover image for the May issue of the PAGE magazine – Germany's leading magazine for design, advertising and communication.

Describe how you arrived at the final design
In order to unite all the different channels in one image we created an installation that was later-on photographed. To show how much work and fun at the same time proper multi-channel communication is, everything was handmade. Typography, shapes and even small pixels and drops were hand-crafted using white-painted media devices, strings, colored paper and card board, wire, plastic and wood.

Give some indication of how successful the outcome was in the market
Since the sale of this issue is still going on there are no fixed numbers at this point. The first approximation made by the publisher indicate that there will be a sales plus compared to last months issue and to the May issue of last year. In addition to that the publisher received lots of positive feedback for the cover.