The Face

British monthly magazine founded by Nick Logan in 1980. Because of its original and nonconformist approach to subjects such as fashion, music, the arts, design, film, and literature, it soon became a point of reference for the world of creatives. From 1981 to 1986, its art director Neville Brody designed a sophisticated layout, inspired by the artists of the Russian avant-garde of the 1920s. But already at the end of the 1980s a change became necessary and a new editorial team developed a graphic approach that was in decisive contrast with the glamour of the previous decade.
&Quad;2004 May. The magazine folds after 24 years of irreverent journalism and style reporting.