TATA Magazine

Client
Mia Rita, TATA Magazine
Role
Designer

Things As They Aren’t Magazine (TATA for short) is an art publication focused on the human body and, therefore, comprised of nude photography, art, and essays/poetry. The magazine was created and is curated by Scotland-based photographer Mia Rita, and is a realization of her dream to assemble an ever-growing collaborative of like-minded artist friends, of which I am humbled to be included.

Mia approached me in 2017, needing to rebrand the fledgling magazine, and overhaul its look and feel. My goal was to create a showcase for the work that complemented the incredible work, but did not get in the way. The roughed-up logo elements suggest the DIY nature of the endeavor, but are modern and minimalist in application.

↓ SEE WHAT OUR CLIENT HAD TO SAY

We’ve worked with Tim for over three years now and have never once been disappointed! He’s turned our vision and brand into a consistent and beautiful design and is always ready to take on whatever challenge we throw his way! Can’t recommend him enough!

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