We’re making a design statement with the cover of our 3rd annual Garden Design Issue, on sale in most stores Nov. 12. The issue has been mailed to subscribers.
“The Design Issue has proven to be a strong issue for Garden Making and its readers,” says Garden Making Design Director Gary Hall. “For the third incarnation of the Design Issue, we felt it was time to amp up the cover a bit. We took the bold step of lowering the nameplate on the page and adding a giant sell proposition above it. Pairing the classic palette of black, white and red was a natural for the design. The palette is both a strong contrast and re-enforcement of the beautiful classic garden image.”
As a quarterly magazine published with the seasons, technically this is the winter 2012-13 issue, but calling it the Design Issue reflects both its contents and the thoughts of Canadian gardeners forced inside by the colder weather.
The cover image is from a garden in Port Hope, Ont., photographed by Michael Graydon for Garden Making. The garden is profiled in this issue with an interview by Lorraine Flanigan.
This is issue #12 of Garden Making. Here are the covers of the previous two Design Issues, both of which are still available at our online shop (but #4 is running low; we have only 20 copies left).
Subscribe now to start your subscription with the Design Issue.