Michigan Gardener Magazine is a small, regional publication dedicated to providing Great Lakes-based horticulture enthusiasts with all the information needed to raise plants successfully. Keeping that goal in mind, I designed this layout to feel organic while still maintaining proper structure for readability.
Using a simple, two-color palette kept the focus on the photos of the plants featured in the magazine. I also made sure to choose a font that was light enough to not be obtrusive while having enough weight to hold its own. 
It was exciting to learn that the feature spread of the issue was an article about Pulmonaria, as it meant I was able to incorporate my own photography into the design. The photo used in the title spread of the article was taken by me on my property.  
Trim Size: A4
Font: Montserrat
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