I was given the opportunity to work together with three other designers to create a magazine featuring specific artists of the Bauhaus.
As a group we came together and decided that our target audience would be intermediate designers, but also anyone who picked up the magazine would be able enjoy the magazine. Throughout the magazine we wanted to connect the Bauhaus to modern day design to communicate the impact it has on society. The magazine is broken up into three sections: Motives, Aesthetic, and Influence. In the sections we describe thie reasons they did what they did, how they did it, and how their choices impact designers today. Each secition is broken up into four subsections that we felt were their most influential fields: Typography, Furniture, 2D Art, and Architecture. The magazine is titled Catalyst, because a catalyst is something that comes before and sparks change, and that is exactly what the Bauhaus did. I specifically was given the opportunity to design and layout the third section: Influence, as well as write and justify the copy.
This project was in collaboration with Joy Hiller, James Coker and Aimee Kaib.