What font does National Geographic magazine cover title use?
It's called Times New Roman Condensed.
In terms of resale value the most popular magazine cover would have to be the 1953 first edition of Playboy magazine with Marilyn Monroe on the cover, these change hands for about $3000 depending on condition. Marilyn covers in general are the most desirable Worldwide. The most rare Marilyn cover is the, Leader magazine 13th April 1946, Leader was a none too popular British Title and few have survived ,making it very desirable to Monroe…
What interior design and architecture magazine title published in the Philippines is the most ideal reference for home builders?
That depends on what format you are writing in. But basically you do it by whatever article you are talking about within the magazine itself. Like this: Smith, John. "Article Title." Magazine Title (Underlined). Date of magazine: page numbers of complete article. Within the text you must only reference the author name, as long as the rest of the information is in a works cited. Is that what you wanted?
When using a title (of a song, poem, story, painting, etc.) in a sentence, it is a proper noun, often a compound proper noun. A title should be distinguished from the text around it in some way. It can be set off from the surrounding text with quote marks ("Yesterday" by the Beatles), by underlining (The Thinker by Auguste Rodin), or by using italics (War and Peace by Leo Tolstoy). When using a title on…
A proper noun is the name or title of a specific person, place, or thing. Examples of proper nouns you may find at home are: Sylvania or G.E. light bulbs La-Z-Boy recliner chair Frigidaire refrigerator Cocoa-Cola "And Still I Rise: A Book of Poems" by Maya Angleou Adidas Superstar shoes Heinz ketchup National Geographic magazine Maxwell House coffee LEGO Star Wars toy