This project requires students to produce a lifestyle zine catered to a very niche audience. A cover, editor's note, content page and one typical spread are produced. Seapunk, usually regarded as "Tumblr trash," is reconsidered as a lifestyle movement, one that not only affects how we dress but also encapsulates how we live and experience space.
What happens when a country is created solely based on the principals of Modernism, with its forefathers appearing on its bank notes?
Works produced for classes and independent projects.
"sometimes the day starts with nothing to look forward to"