Project consisting of the design of a culture, art and design magazine, as well as its identity and branding.


RGB Magazine is a compilation of the work of young designers, photographers, illustrators, and creatives in general. Divided into three sections: Read, Give and Be, it includes work from Cristina Corredor, Naama Weiss, Miguel Ángel Camprubí, Dorien Vogels, and many others.


Consisting exclusively of original content, it took a lot of organization, management and networking to gather all the material and put it into a document. In this magazine, the text is secondary, since most of the content is visual and needs a lot of space so the reader can fully appreciate it.


The project included the design of all its branding: logo, colors, typography… As well as some additional elements like a blog, where users could submit content for the magazine, and a monthly newsletter that introduced the content of the upcoming issue.


RGB was the final project of my bachelor in Graphic Design. It took 6 months to develop from beginning to end using tools such as Photoshop, Font Lab and InDesing. It earned a 9/10 in the final grading.