Magazine Creates 8,000 Unique Covers For One Issue
Eye magazine collaborated with MuirMcNeil to design 8,000 individual cover designs for its 94th issue
Eye, a print magazine that covers graphic design and typography, worked with graphic design firm MuirMcNeil to coordinate the creation of 8,000 unique cover prints for the journal’s 94th issue. The individual covers were designed and uploaded onto HP Mosaic, a variable data program.
Prior to placing them on Mosaic, the MuirMcNeil team had the covers placed onto seed files to make each file stand out from the others. From there, the individual covers were printed with the program consistently adjusting the printer’s colors and sizing requirements based on the criteria of the design from each seed file. They were then attached to the issues and distributed to readers.
The magazine is available to order from Eye‘s website as a single issue or through a standard subscription.
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