TTP40: Magazine Layout Work

A small selection of Magazine artwork for issue 40 of Turn The Page magazine. This issue covered interesting articles about street art, medical design and added the new feature 'denoted designers'. This feature is all about the designs and design process of known designers in the industrial design area. I wrote the first denoted designer about Jacob Jensen, one of my personal design hero's.

Editorial DesignGraphic DesignIllustration
For a year, I was responsible for the layout of Turn The Page, a magazine about product design, graphic design, art and books. As head of layout, I was mainly responsible for the overall layout and the cover of the issues. Enjoy this small selection of artwork featured in the 40th issue of the magazine.
Design that matters
This was the first time I made a painting in Photoshop (without a tablet that time) and I played with aspects like light, composition and detailling of a painting of a heart, since the article was about medical design. By placing the heart slightly over the type, I tried to connect the artwork with the type and give the painting a little more depth.

Collaboration Needs
Some playing around with the typography of an article about the need to collaborate. The d and s highfive each other.

Jacob Jensen
I wrote an article about one of my design hero's, Jacob Jensen, of course featured by one of his iconic designs: a B&O Beogram 4000. 

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