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Lonely Planet magazine redesigned

By Staff

19th July 2012

Category: Consumer

Lonely Planet's monthly travel magazine has been redesigned and re-named Lonely Planet Traveller. This is the magazine’s first redesign since its launch in 2008.

The first issue of the redesigned Lonely Planet Traveller, which costs £3.80, goes on sale today.  The new look magazine has been given a comprehensive cover-to-cover revamp, including a new lower case font, a pared-down colour palette, a revised flat plan and new content and sections and comes in a new larger size with sophisticated new fonts and colours throughout. 

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