This issue’s Crossover Design has had quite a showcase of collaborative design works – from film productions to concerts, theatrical performances and contemporary art exhibition that all involved graphic design in some ways.
That journey that belonged only to a particular designer is being told to us in this issue, which our readers get to know about as well. The spreads within the magazine follow briefly but interestingly the stories of several designers on what they know about working together with people in other industries to achieve the same goal.
In line with the theme of the magazine, dots and lines are present to establish some kind of connection. The beauty of it lies in the organic pattern that is to be established by the reader; he or she is to use the provided gold and silver stickers (nine of them) and stick them on places where they wish to see on the cover. This random act by the reader is what makes the plain cover become interesting and unique.