Neville Brody's designs for 'The Face' magazine take me straight back to my teenage years. I would by it every month, mainly for the amazing images which I would cut out and stick on my wall. As well as innovative imagery it contained unique graphics, Brody designed typefaces specifically for the magazine. These were usually very simple, no frills typefaces. The images above show the contents page of a few issues of the magazine where he has experimented with the word 'contents' and it has gradually been reduced to two symbols.