Narratively magazine

This magazine contains a small collection of stories that deal with morally questionable situations. The reader begins in the Light Grey section, with stories about casual spying on neighbors and small lies. It slowly leads into the Medium and Dark Grey sections, which deal with stories about con men, espionage, and murder.

Term: Winter 2015, MHCC
Tools: InDesign CC
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Contents page

Story introduction. Photographs used follow the b&w style of cover design.

Chapter divider. Stories range from different levels of moral rightness starting with light grey, to medium grey, and ending with dark grey. 

"The Russian Spy That Painted Brooklyn Red" by Robert Silverman.

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