Ocelot is a contemporary art magazine that was created by a five-person design team. Like the Ocelot, a wild cat who uses its coat to camouflage itself, our magazine features artists who are hiding in plain sight. They are artists who are overlooked, hidden, but create beautiful artwork that has been left unseen to the world. For my editorial pieces, I decided to feature the work of the very talented Ruben Ireland, Pawel Nolbert, Sergio Cariello, and contemporary mapmakers.
OCELOT MAGAZINE | RUBEN IRELAND
OCELOT MAGAZINE | PAWEL NOLBERT
OCELOT MAGAZINE | MAPPING THE CITY
OCELOT MAGAZINE | SERGIO CARIELLO
Ocelot Magazine features minimalistic ads for Copic and Spotify, which I designed and photographed myself. For the Copic ad, I showcased a fellow designer’s illustration that he created with Copic markers. I wanted to show what you can do with Copic products. Spotify’s ad shows just how easy it is to use their app. All you need is a pair of headphones and the Spotify app to listen to music on-the-go.