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Komorebi Magazine

Identity & Editorial Design

Working in collaboration with the Editor-in-Chief and Founder of Komorebi Magazine, my responsibility involved designing, typesetting and laying out the inaugural issue of the publication — translating the Editor-in-Chief’s vision for the overall look and feel of Komorebi Magazine into a fully designed piece, ready for print.

The premise of Komorebi Magazine was to create an Arts & Culture journal, featuring works from a diverse range of contributors, encompassing various forms of creative expressions; including mini essays, short stories, poems, as well as articles covering music, musicians, art pieces, films, theatre movements, authors and social projects.

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