Dylan Hare | Gone Dandy
Dylan Hare | Gone Dandy
Dylan Hare | Gone Dandy
Dylan Hare | Gone Dandy
Dylan Hare | Gone Dandy
Dylan Hare | Gone Dandy

DYLAN HARE

Hello my name is Dylan Hare, I like long walks on the beach and designing by candle light.

I am originally from Vancouver Canada and am now a full British citizen. I haven’t had too much of a culture shock acclimatizing to my new home but I am still learning how to pronounce “about” correctly.I love working on and talking about posters, books, magazines, screen printing, halftones, gradients and anything printed in CMYK. When I’m not designing I can be found drinking too much coffee, exploring museums, and looking for the closest ramen restaurant.

Gone Dandy Magazine

Gone Dandy Magazine is a celebration of the power to confront the conventions of society through dress. Dandyism can be a political act, a form of escapism, or simply dressing up for the selfish pleasure of looking good for oneself. This editorial design aims to introduce the subject of Dandyism to a modern audience by first introducing its founder George Bryan “Beau” Brummell, and discuss Dandyism’s past and present cultural conventions. The visual concept of this magazine brings together ideas of men’s fashion, gender representation, and sexual dimorphism found in animals.

Upon undertaking further research and delving deeper into the subject of Dandyism, it was discovered that the topic was much more vast than initially anticipated. Dandyism has not only had a major influence on modern fashion but played a significant role in affecting the

cultures of music, literature, and art, with lasting effects that can still be seen today.With so much variety, it was determined that a periodical fashion magazine would be the strongest medium to convey all the information on the subject over time and connect to a fashion-conscious audience.

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