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Adapt is a magazine about people who have had to adapt to a new life with a disability. It features stories about athletes, artists, engineers, musicians – all with the one thing in common that what they built their passion on, were gone.

School project
Dicipline: Editorial design
Date: 2015

Format: 220x293mm
Paper: Scandia 150 g/m2
Pages: 74

We all have something we're passionate about. Something that gives us joy and mastery, and that we could never live without. Some go so far that they dedicate their life to pursue their passion. It requires tremendous willpower and determination to focus 100% on what you are passionate about. But what do you do when what you've taken for granted, suddenly get lost? Imagine that you are an athlete, and suddenly you becomes paralyzed. Or that you as a musician, becomes deaf. Maybe you no longer have the opportunity to continue your passion, and must choose a new direction in life.

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The 12-column grid gave me the flexibility to designing a huge range of layouts, making every spread a little bit different.

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↑ The black pages features a photo story about living with a spinal chord injury.

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We all have something we're passionate about. Something that gives us joy and mastery, and that we could never live without. Some go so far that they dedicate their life to pursue their passion. It requires tremendous willpower and determination.

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All the articles are written by me. Some I've interviewed myself, some is based on other interviews and articles.
All the photographs belong to their respectful owners.