Pilcrow “Magazine” Advertising

Pilcrow Magazine produced focused content discussing contemporary Canadian issues and their historical perspectives. Issue #7 (published in January 2016) explored history of Canadian public transportation through the current logistical struggle to legalize UBER services in British Columbia.
Pilcrow Magazine advert for issue seven, featuring sand dunes photo distorted into butt cheeks with a pin — by Yagnyuk.
Art Direction
Creative Direction
Studio Management
Pilcrow Media started out in 2015 as a communications studio with a plan to develop into a start-up. Projects included building studio operational structure, hiring a writing team, and providing creative direction for business idea generation through client work and internal projects. By the end of 2016 Pilcrow Media successfully produced FED, a food nutrition startup it is currently focused on.
This project began at the end of 2015 through hiring a creative team and developing an identity and studio website focused on its writers.
Pilcrow spent the following year producing branding and content focused client-work , in-house editorial publications, and iterated through internal start-up projects trying to generate a business.
By end of 2016 one of the projects evolved into FED, — a food nutrition startup with a health-focused magazine identity. This project was successfully concluded via an advertising campaign to hire a focused design team for the business.
Work Done
Bureau of Light, In House
Web Development
In House
Parent Client
Elin Tayyar
Close up of the headline set in Helvetica Neue next to a black pin agains a blue background — by Dima Yagnyuk.
Close up macro shot of Issue Seven marking on the poster — by Yagnyuk.