Immerse is a bi-annual travel, culture and style magazine publication concept that features one city per issue, using engaging, curated photography and articles to provide the reader with an immersive urban experience.
The readers of this magazine are interested in the unique style of their favorite cities, so I used bold imagery to capture the essence of the city and tell it’s story to the reader with quiet typography to let the content stand on it’s own. In this article, the reader is drawn into the story of how Tokyo rebuilt itself after WWII as the photos turn from monochromatic to full color to represent the growth into the vibrant city it is today.
The magazine is separated into three sections: travel, culture and style. These sections each offer a unique perspective through in-depth articles and photography. I art directed the photos for the section spreads to set the tone of each of the sections.
I included a guide map with custom iconography to represent spots mentioned in the magazine. This guide map is a perfect companion to the magazine and designed for the traveler who is more than a tourist.