A project of the Madrid graphic design firm Ipsum Planet, Neo2 is a monthly Spanish design magazine that features international young designers and artists from all creative fields. The magazineâ€™s fashion photography is particularly dramatic and well-done, like two very theatrical shoots in the September issue that play with monochrome tones and androgynous figures. JM Ferrater takes on a Japanese series, which depicts nude bodies painted white from head to toe, and Rafa Gallar shoots the cover (pictured) and a series like it called "Beautiful Pain." We also like the new fonts they feature each month that can be downloaded from their website using a code found exclusively in the magazine. This month is the Joe Scerri. This graphic designer based in Basel, Switzerland was inspired by the ribbon of the audio cassette to create a fluid, yet broken script.
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