I have two issues of Lula Magazine, #8 and #13 — they’re really hard to come by here in California. Along with the great photos and layouts, I love Lula’s creative use of fonts in Issue #8, especially the title font. Its name is Kursivschrift. Admittedly, Lula has added decorative serifs to the capital letters for their titles, but the body text (using the same font) is unaltered Kursivschrift.
I also found the font that Lula uses for subtitles. It’s name is Rosewood and Lula uses two variants: Rosewood Regular (the western woodcut look) and Rosewood Fill. To emphasize certain words, Lula uses Rosewood Regular. Oh, there’s a free font that resembles Rosewood Regular and its name is Coffee Tin.
By the way, I heard Walt Whitman’s poem while I was watching Breaking Bad, my favorite TV Show. One of my favorite characters, Gale Boetticher, played by David Costabile (Doug from Flight of the Conchords), explained how he came to abandon a button-down career as a corporate ass-kisser and followed the magic of his love of chemistry to another trade. Though that trade happens to be criminal in every possible way, his reading of the poem really is magical. If you’re a Gale Boetticher fan, you might really enjoy this one, too! :D