According to the Dictionary of the Royal Spanish Academy, “heterodox” refers to someone who disagrees with the fundamental doctrine of a political, philosophical, etc. system.


In this academic project, belonging to the Editorial Design course, a collection of journalistic articles is presented, encompassed within a magazine structured into sections such as science, politics, history, and opinion.


Within specific formatting guidelines, I had to devise an original design and layout that would guide the reader through the magazine. I opted for a sober aesthetic that blended elements of the classic and the modern, where duotone images combined with illustrations take center stage. The objective was to connect with an audience that is devoted, rebellious, revolutionary, and avant-garde.