Tapestry magazine is a product that approaches and explores the subject of contemporary sexuality. It looks at the way that attitudes have changed, the importance of sex and the impact that technology has had on lifestyles not only in the present day, but also in the past and, just as importantly, in the future.
The 220-page magazine is split into 24 chapters. Each dealing with a separate and relevant issue.
The idea with the overall design was to make each page interesting and informative while still maintaining the Tapestry brand ideals. It needed to have a page-turning quality that did not lose its appeal after a few pages. The look of the magazine had to align with the subject matter of diversity, fun and entertainment.
Versus were responsible for everything on this magazine, from the idea, the logo/brand/identity, the research, the individual chapters, the art direction, concepts, the development, the graphics, the written copy, the layout design, the illustration, retouching work and artworking.
Tapestry magazine is in essence a tapestry of editorial styling, sexual topics and individual tastes.
Client: Personal Project
Discpline: See above