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 42nd issue of the magazine.
The cover of TTP42 about 'design and culture' was a combination between a painting in Photoshop and added vector art made with Illustrator. It features a version of the Eiffel Tower in a very Japanese setting, in order to show how certain symbols of culture might clash if they are placed in a different context.

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