Cutout Magazine, Volume 7 Issue 2: The Naked Design issue
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CUTOUT is a passion project by Tsubaki Studio, Malaysia. It is a popular design magazine which centers on Graphic Design, Pop Culture, & Everything In Between.
Award-winning CUTOUT is built upon an idea that graphic design is universal and fun. Being the premier local graphic design magazine in Malaysia, CUTOUT embraces the idea and explores the possibilities of design in every page. CUTOUT offers practical know-how for all levels of graphic designers. You can find inspirations and industrial advice in each issue of CUTOUT.
CUTOUT covers topics ranging from graphic design to pop culture, basically anything that’s design-related. These include feature interviews, artwork showcase and how-to articles. Its purpose is to entertain, inspire and inform readers about issues and events of importance to them.
A publication like this requires much more than journalistic writing or superb layout; it demands a great deal of passion, impulse, energy and a knack for visual communication. We strive to provide you with the best reads and design goodness in every issue.
In this issue:
Starting from this issue, the look and feel of CUTOUT shifts to a clean and minimal style. We start to embrace the white space in a design. Overall, the magazine has no overly bold or loud illustrations. Even the binding on this magazine is not fully stuck together, which is another representation of “naked”.
CUTOUT’s Naked issue is about looking at interpretations of the word, and how it is being applied to design. The cover comes across as unpretentious, barren of all colours and stands out in plain beige with die-cuts in the middle creating pocket holes for a see-through effect. It is noteworthy that Naked as a word can trigger different kinds of imagination in people’s heads. Often, designers and artists think or see more than just “a body without clothes on”. Their masterpieces are explorative, away from predisposed judgmental thoughts about what Naked should represent.