Magazine-pages

Issac is another Adobe sibling. Elder brother to both Phillip and Izzy, he is very formal and clean cut, he likes to organize and layout pages rather than creating an art piece…though it can be hard to finally finish one of his projects since Phillip and Izzy keep messing with his links.

Issac is my gijinka/humanized version of Adobe InDesign. InDesign is used to create multi-paged documents, not illustrations, Hence you link other files to your working files to create something like a magazine page of sorts.

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Printed Pages SS16

Cover Story: Don’t Hug Me I’m Scared
There is just one week to go before Printed Pages goes on general sale around the world – but you can ensure that the issue lands on your doormat early with a host of extra goodies if you order today. The 240-page magazine is an inspiring snapshot of the creative world curated by the It’s Nice That Team. This issue is published with three different covers, each featuring the stars of Don’t Hug Me I’m Scared photographed by Neil Bedford. The pre-ordered magazines will be delivered next week before the issue is available in shops.Inside, features include an exclusive interview with the DHMIS puppets ahead of the final episode of the series, a profile of German graphic designer and artist Eike Konig, Jane Stockdale’s stunning photos of the Kosovan Olympic team as it prepares for its first appearance at the Games and much more. This issue includes work by more than 30 creatives from around the world including illustrator Jean Michel Tixier, graphic designers APFEL and artist Noritake to name but a few. 

http://www.itsnicethat.com/features/printed-pages-spring-summer-2016-preorder-210416?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=intsocial

We would like to express our sympathies for everyone who has been devastated by the Kumamoto earthquakes. We pray from the bottom of our hearts for everyone in the devastated areas to obtain peace of mind and recover soon.  

Thank you for reading Akatsuki no Yona on a regular basis. Akatsuki no Yona was scheduled to be published in Hana to Yume issue 11 (May 2), but due to the Kumamoto earthquakes, it has become difficult for Kusanagi-sensei to write and draw it. So it’s been decided that it will only be printed on the cover but will be absent from the publication. Please accept our apology.

To ensure that Kusanagi-sensei stays safe and uninjured, the serialization will resume as soon as her environment is steady. To find out more about when it will resume, please check Hana to Yume magazine, our home page, and our Twitter.

We hope for your continued support for Akatsuki no Yona.

Source: Hana to Yume main site