The main chunk of my final project at UWE surrounded the notion of “Terror”, and more importantly, what we consider to be a justified and unjustified terror. Where do we draw the line between terrorism and war? Thirteen years since the "War on Terror" began, how has the longest conflict in US history altered Terrorism, or is it just using the term to justify an injustice equally as "Terrorish" as their foes? With these questions in mind, I went about investigating, collating and writing articles for this publication.
The front cover uses simple line work to hyphenate between the terror and the "ish".
A visual representation of the casualties from the war on terror, with the civilians bleeding onto the following page.
Throughout the publication I kept the palette to bold reds and contrasting monotones.
Part 7 – Stoking the hellfire.
Rebranding Unmanned Air Vehicles as Unjustified And Vindictive.