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Condé Nast – Editorialist

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13:28 PM | 22 August 2013
by Adam Oldfield
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Become an FR Writer

Choose the articles you want to read and create a magazine that is built for you

This idea, for the magazine publisher Condé Nast, offers consumers the chance to create their very own magazine each month. You get to choose the articles you want to read, from Condé Nast's variety of publications, and create a magazine that is built for you, knowing that you're going to love each and every page.

Credits
Copywriter: Sara Uhelski
Art Director: Alexander Norling
School: Miami Ad School

Awards
Future Lions 2013 Winner

 

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