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The Face, nº 57, January 1985

“Neville Brody’s work for The Face questioned the traditional structure of magazine design. ‘Everything in The Face was reasoned; every single mark on the page was either an emotive response or a logical extension of the ideas.”


Jon Wozencroft. The graphic language of Neville Brody. London: Thames and Hudson, 1988 (p. 96)


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