Dazed - Silence the Stigma
Dazed is a British magazine launced in 1991. It gained a reputation for publishing brave stories that used arts and creativity to empower young people by setting trends and redifining the status quo. Notable covers included themes such as feminism, LGBT rights, breast cancer awareness and the fight for international human rights.
It is estimated that 1 in 6 people in the past week have experienced a common mental health problem. Suicide is the most common cause of death for young men in the UK. My proposed cover promotes mental health awareness and aims to help destory the social stigma. The subject matter follows the work done by the Heads Together charity in promoting discussion about our mental health struggles.
- Project Roles
- Creative Director, Photographer
- Adobe InDesign, Adobe Photoshop, Editorial, Portrait Photography
- Art, Editorial Designs, Photography, Portraits
- Project Industries