Emma Sulkowicz is on the cover of this month’s New York Magazine and that is the coolest thing wow
Canon City Daily Record: Sports Front - July 24, 2014
This is a story about a big figure in Colorado football stepping down. Bitter-sweet for avid fans, and a story I felt needed a simple design. So rather than going big and bulky with a headline, I thought a simple, almost understated headline would do the job better. Plenty of white space makes it work.
Read here about “the making of” this cover
Photo by Dan Winters
Newest cover The New York Times Magazine
Yet another wonderful cover from this magazine. They are straight-up talented over there.
New cover The New Republic:
“a magazine of politics and the arts, offering thought-provoking, unbiased coverage of politics, culture, and the world of ideas.”
Here more covers from Design Director Dirk Barnett
Now that’s a beautiful cover design.
Canon City Daily Record: Sports Front - July 30, 2014
For a story about three players, I always like to get them all on the front if possible. No need to play favorites. So here I decided on a bit more … designed photo package, getting rid of the dead space by stacking the photos a bit.
I liked the way the headline and tint screen allowed it to all flow into one cohesive design element.
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This is … well it’s awesome, is what it is.
New cover New York Magazine
Design Director Thomas Alberty
Now that’s one heck of a headline.
Newest cover Time magazine
Design director: D.W. Pine
I love this.
40 years after the start of court-ordered school busing in Boston, Meghan Irons, Shelley Murphy, and Jenna Russell speak with students, teachers, cops, bus drivers, and others involved about the first day. Design by Dan Zedek with photos from the Globe archives from 1974 and by Lane Turner of the participants now. Online, a fantastic interactive gallery and oral history by Elaina Natario and Russell Glodenberg, along with a powerful documentary by Scott LaPierre at http://bostonglobe.com/busing
Love how the simple yellow screen serves as branding throughout the design.