Magazine layout showcasing the cultural heritage and progressive innovation of the Philippine province of Pampanga. Put together as a final project for my Digital Design Studio class.
1.5 weeks, December 2019
Illustrated icons, rendered magazine logo, laid out cover to cover, and edited photos from open source sites to all combine in a cohesive travel magazine.
To create a magazine on a travel destination with at least 10 pages excluding the covers, requires at least five icons fully rendered using Adobe Illustrator, at least two photos manipulated and/or enhanced on Adobe Photoshop, and for the magazine to be laid out entirely on Adobe InDesign
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