The Machinist, a fictional art and culture magazine, ingeniously blends creative fields, championing the spirit of collaboration. Operating as a metaphorical machine, it propels readers through diverse creative landscapes and historical periods, fostering an exhilarating journey.

At its core is Gaslamp, the primary typography designed by Erman Yılmaz, which infuses the pages with a distinctive machinery aesthetic, evoking a futuristic allure with bold lines and sharp edges. Unveiling unconventional layouts, The Machinist pioneers an experimental look, challenging traditional norms and inviting readers to explore uncharted territories where artistic disciplines intersect.

Project: Typography Course Project
School: Humber College
Instructor: Eric Forest
Service: Editorial, Motion Graphic
Typeface: Gaslamp, Neue Machina, Cirka
Year: 2022