NEWWORK Magazine is a large-format arts publication for connoisseur of fresh ideas. Designed and published biannually by Studio NEWWORK, each issue features new work from a wide range of artists and creators in the worlds of fine art, design, high fashion, culture, and politics. From art contributors to business leaders, design students to curators, NEWWORK’s contributors are united in their passion to push the boundaries of their disciplines. Among the magazine’s special features are bold, custom-designed typefaces and a twist on the traditional newspaper format, offering a stimulating juxtaposition of striking design and everyday simplicity. Since pages can be separated, each layout can be hung on the wall as an individual art piece. The fourth issue of NEWWORK Magazine finds a wide range of artists and designers harnessing the power of contrast in its various forms to bring dimension, meaning and mystery to their work. Witness the juicy juxtaposition of graphic and narrative elements in the iconic imagery of photographer Albert Watson. Observe the synergy of classic Swiss restraint and unbridled post-modern play in the typographic design of Wolfgang Weingart, and the kinetic interplay of geometric and organic forms in the poster design of Bruno Monguzzi. From the one-two punch of high contrast black-and-white forms in the photography of Julian Abram Wainwright and the drawings of Robert Longo, to the poetic tension between two and three dimensions in Werner Jeker’s enigmatic collages, this issue profiles artists who use dynamic dualisms to yield complex and elegant visual solutions.