Tuesday, 29 May 2012

Vogue covers covered - colour trend visualisations

 British Vogue Covers 1981 - 2011
 Italian Vogue Covers 1981 - 2011
 Paris Vogue Covers 1981 - 2011
US Vogue Covers 1981 - 2011



For more info and how to purchase these colour timelines as limited edition prints please visit 
CFPR Editions.

11 comments:

  1. Is there duplicate rows for Paris Vogue?
    Italian Vogue seems much more definite in using a multi issue run of using white predominately.

    Is it possible to show preference in tone and hue? eg British pinks, Italian greens?
    A Daisychain like app visualisation of usage and proportion of colors would be great to see.
    Amazing and interesting work, thank you!

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  2. Well spotted Tom! Paris vogue is published (mostly) ten times a year with double issues in Dec/Jan and Jul/Aug. The French sure know how to do holidays! The italian edition was 11 a year until 1991.

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  3. Visually stunning and clever!

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  4. Wow, I'm loving your work, Arthur! I wish I had seen this Vouge piece before making my similar piece: 10 years of Best Seller Book Covers

    Great minds think alike, I guess! Glad I found your blog =)

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  5. Thanks James - thats very kind. Let me know if you'd like to collaborate sometime

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