Editorial project in which I was brought in to pursue a redesign of the magazine, I had freedom to experiment on the graphical side, I chose a varied reticule which lead to improvements in editing, photography requirements were created as well as a written content character count limitation.

The print dates were always met and the turnaround times increased steadily over the course of a year and a half. The magazine was later on used as an example on redesign for a local audience used to a vernacular aesthetic by stripping down most of the elements that were either too flashy or unnecessary, creating contrast over its visually saturated competition by the sheer simplicity on its cover.