A couple of months ago, we’ve featured a sequence of editorial designs and dedicated one of our weekly series to it too. As a digital magazine, we recognize and value the hard work to print and produce one in the physical world. That’s why today we’re showcasing Maquis, an independent magazine whose editorial style came out from Studio format creative minds.
Based in France, the magazine celebrates Corsica’s aesthetic, authenticity, and wildness with a unique vision of the island. Through talented contributors is how Maquis gathers some of its content. Afterward, it adapts to its minimal aesthetic format, giving it a luxurious feel. The magazine aims to provide its readers with secret locations on the island, its wild nature, historical landscapes, and local gastronomy.
In this edition, designers have optimized the layout and adapted it to fit Corsica’s styling. They worked on a new header font to add a bit of spice to the mag. Plus, creatives brought the island’s imprint without losing sight of the magazine’s experience, photography, and words.
All in all, we find Studio format’s work for Maquis magazine impressive. The way they managed to readapt a whole editorial look to represent Corsica’s 8,722 km² in one volume is stunning.