ABRI Magazine is a project of 33 second-year students of HKU Graphic Design, in collaboration with AG: Room for new art and media. The starting point was the phenomenon of tourism. Halfway through the research, the perspective on our research field was really unexpectedly tilted; what is the meaning of tourism in a situation where everyone is expected to stay at home as much as possible? In this period of reflection, how do we view the increasing influence that the tourism industry has on life in our inner cities? And to what extent will it be carefree traveling to see more of the world, to tick the highlights on our bucket list or to gain authentic experiences in exotic places in the future?

The editorial part of ABRI magazine is desiged by Esmee Jakubowski, Juul van der Zandt, Peter Roeleveld and Aïsha Kanters. Together we are responsible for the design of the 33 posters. In addition to the appearance of the magazine, the form, size, type of paper and typography were among our responsibilities.

25,5 x 35,5 cm