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Lurk Magazine spreads by Julia Hummel
Lurk Magazine spreads by Julia Hummel
Lurk Magazine spreads by Julia Hummel
Lurk Magazine spreads by Julia Hummel
Lurk Magazine spreads by Julia Hummel
Lurk Magazine spreads by Julia Hummel
Lurk Magazine spreads by Julia Hummel
Lurk Magazine spreads by Julia Hummel

Type for Masters 2020: Julia Hummel

By Julia Hummel
Class: 2020

Julia Hummel

For this editorial assignment, Jose Fresneda & Justin Colt asked students to conceptualize and design a magazine of their choice. “This project is more than just a typographic exercise, as we wanted students to pitch magazine ideas that were a reflection of their own interests, strengths and personalities.”

“Over a four week time period, we saw these magazines evolve from an idea and a few spreads, to a full blown publication. The end results were surprising and exciting from both a design and conceptual standpoint–spanning across ideas such as a millennial art quarterly, a deep dive exploration of fear and phobias, traditional Chinese recipes, an insider look at stay-at-home fashion and aesthetics, and eggs.”

Lurk Magazine is a publication for and by creepy girls, in a world that is bent on suppressing them. Lurk indulges the fan fiction reading, true crime obsessed, dumpster diving, garbage eating girl and validates her interests by creating space for them in its pages.