80-page Magazine Design Overhaul
The Cystinosis Research Foundation needed a redesign of their semi-annual awareness magazine. A new magazine means a new logo for the masthead, and rethinking the content in an organized, easy-to-navigate manner. After 5 issues I find myself hooked, I get excited for a medical breakthrough, and feel attached to a family when I learn of their story.
This project is contracted through Idea Hall, a Marketing/PR agency with a giant heart. Cystinosis is a rare genetic disease that does not get support from major pharmaceutical companies. This is why this magazine is such an important awareness tool. It brings the cystinosis community together—families, researchers, and supporters—making it a champion in the quest for a cure.
Art Direction + Design: Brian Prince
Account Management: Idea Hall
Content: Zoe Solsby, Nancy Stack
Printing: Dual Graphics
“I am going on record as saying this is going to be the best issue we have ever had! Thank you Brian for working so hard to communicate the spirit and energy of our CRF community. Your artistic vision has translated the family, patient and research stories into an inspiring story of an amazing community dedicated to saving their children through the power of funding research and having faith and hope. You have made the stories come alive — it is a piece of art! Thank you!”
Nancy Stack, President
Cystinosis Research Foundation