My French design class assigned us to lay out an article for a magazine version of Voir, a newspaper which appeals to the young crowds in Montreal. The layout needed to incorporate elements from the original, but still be fresh and new for a magazine.

I created two pretty different mockups which you can see by scrolling through the images above. #1 used Voir's borders (a mix of wide lines with rounded cutouts) and #2 focused on smaller elements (such as a recurring bull's-eye symbol).

During the process, my work files became corrupted and I had to start over. This was the best thing that could've happened. By starting over, I found that I was able to combine elements from both proposals and make something much more dynamic.