concordia undergraduate journal of art history - vol. xv
I was part of the design team that designed the fifteenth volume of the Concordia Undergraduate Journal of Art History (CUJAH). CUJAH is a student-run association that aims to showcase the talents of Concordia University’s undergraduate Art History and Fine Arts students by means of an annual journal publication and conference event. CUJAH strives to provide students with academic and professional opportunities through workshops, events, and online resources. The publication is distributed for free on Concordia's campus.
The themes we chose to focus on for this edition were the concepts of volume and disruption and their myriad of meanings. We created volume through typographic verticals, contrasting scale and “loud” colour, all of which is encapsulated in CUJAH’s largest format to date. For disruption, we played with breaking hegemonic and modernist standards of graphic design through the use of experimental typography, layering and layout