I really love the first few spreads of on this page because of how the image breaks through to both pages but still does not fill up either page. I think the use of text wrapping around certain parts of the text made the spreads even more appealing.
The Berlin Design Guide is the first of a series of travel books focused on arts and design in the world's most creative cities. It offers a behind the scenes look at Berlin's architecture, fashion, culture and cuisine, through maps, info-graphics, shop and studio profiles, and interviews with local designers. Publisher Alphabet Press asked for a personal design with a user-friendly navigational system and structure that could be applied across the entire series.
Dwell - Coastal Cities Revisited. Magazine visual identity and layout pitch done as part of BA (Hons) coursework. Photos of Barcelona used with permission from Daniel Ong and Leon Cher. made by Yi Xiang Lim
OPERE 30, Città clandestina With the issue 30 D'Apostrophe continues working on the art direction, the graphic design and the layout of the three-monthly Tuscan architecture magazine. The monographic issue deals with themes about the relationship with the city, architecture and territory. http://d-apostrophe.com/34491/545796/graphics/opere-30-citta-clandestina