95ERA is a personal magazine exploring themes of youth, memory and identity. As my biggest project yet, spanning 100 pages, it contains a variety of content such as essays, articles, interviews, poetry and photography.
The magazine serves as a collection of works that I've stumbled across over the years that have left an impact on my adolescence. It also features original work from friends and colleagues.
Working on editorial design has always been a passion of mine, and this project allowed me to experiment with texture, typography and layering. I wanted each spread to be unique and individual, but tied together through similar techniques and styles.