For the cover, I was keen that the content would be the focal point, rather than the imagery of the body. My rationale was that this publication is targeted at anyone keen to have a better understanding of their body, regardless of their shape or background.
A dominant factor throughout the design is the typography introduced across the cover and spreads. From the concepts shown above and even the final cover, you’ll see that typography is usually interlocked with each other. The word ‘Body’ can symbolize many different things, however, I associate this word with movement and togetherness. Everything is connected and flows in unity, which is the essence behind my design for the title.
For the interior, everything was designed in black and white for a minimalist feel, which allows the content to thrive and be clouded by colourful dominant imagery. As a result of the black and white interior, I was keen for the cover on the opposite scale of the colour spectrum. Thus, I chose an engaging and bright colour which would entice those passing by to pick and open.
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