The November Issue

The November issue is popping up on newsstands and arriving in mailboxes! As always, it is an ode to Thanksgiving with recipes and ideas that focus on the beginning of the holiday season. The cover is of a carved turkey, all arranged on a big platter that is ready to be brought to the table. When I first saw it, I was immediately reminded of the 2013 November issue, which has an almost identical cover, as you can see below. I think the latest cover, while virtually a carbon copy of the 2013 issue, is more beautifully styled and delicious-looking. What it lacks in originality it makes up for with improvements in style. Watch for it on newsstands!
The design changes that were made in the October issue continue to impress in the November issue. I'm really enjoying the cleaner layout, larger photographs and new fonts. It makes for a very easy, enjoyable read. Below are some pages from this issue:


Anonymous said...

Andrew you're being too nice. Has all the originality gone out the window?

Anonymous said...

How is it possible that inventive covers similar to Nov. 1999 (child holding a pie) and Nov 2000 (choclate Turkey on a stand) aren't possible?
Where are the graphic artist who once added so much to MSL?