AQ, Athletes Quarterly magazine, Fall 2014. Photograph: Robyn Twomey, photography director: Greg Pond, art directors: Robert Newman and Linda Rubes. See more pages from AQ here.

AQ, Athletes Quarterly magazine, Fall 2014. Photograph: Robyn Twomey, photography director: Greg Pond, art directors: Robert Newman and Linda Rubes. See more pages from AQ here.

Entertainment Weekly Reanimated! Design director Tim Leong and his talented team are creating groundbreaking editorial visual storytelling. See more examples and read the story here.

(Source: zhizhenkov)

davidcowlesillustrations:

Happy Birthday, Beyonce

(via davidcowles)

gymclassmag:

#SneakPeek Thanks to all the amaze contributors in our new ish. You all rock! (Full contributor dets soon.) Pre-order a copy of Gym Class 11. #Aceness #Thx

coverjunkie:

Pop sensation Robyn, photographed by Liz Collins.
New cover The Gentlewoman.
"The Gentlewoman is a new biannual style magazine for a new decade. Featuring inspirational, international women, it pairs ambitious journalism with a sartorial and intelligent perspective on fashion that is focused on personal style – the way women actually look, think and dress."

coverjunkie:

Pop sensation Robyn, photographed by Liz Collins.

New cover The Gentlewoman.

"The Gentlewoman is a new biannual style magazine for a new decade. Featuring inspirational, international women, it pairs ambitious journalism with a sartorial and intelligent perspective on fashion that is focused on personal style – the way women actually look, think and dress."

The New York Daily News has banned usage of the Washington football team's name and logo, declaring “the term Redskin derives solely from the racial characteristic of skin tone in a society that is struggling mightily to be color-blind.” Pictured is the new logo that will be appearing in the paper instead of the old one, which features a racial stereotype of a Native American.

The New York Daily News has banned usage of the Washington football team's name and logo, declaring “the term Redskin derives solely from the racial characteristic of skin tone in a society that is struggling mightily to be color-blind.” Pictured is the new logo that will be appearing in the paper instead of the old one, which features a racial stereotype of a Native American.

I’m a big fan of the current visual iteration of Entertainment Weekly, under the helm of design director Tim Leong. EW has always had great, bold design, and there’s plenty of that these days, but what’s even better is all the creative visual storytelling that’s going on…charts, graphics, sidebars, and visual entry points of every kind. Over at the Newmanology blogsite we’ve got a collection of recent pages and covers from Entertainment Weekly, plus some behind-the-scenes comments from Tim Leong about the creative process. 

I’m a big fan of the current visual iteration of Entertainment Weekly, under the helm of design director Tim Leong. EW has always had great, bold design, and there’s plenty of that these days, but what’s even better is all the creative visual storytelling that’s going on…charts, graphics, sidebars, and visual entry points of every kind. Over at the Newmanology blogsite we’ve got a collection of recent pages and covers from Entertainment Weekly, plus some behind-the-scenes comments from Tim Leong about the creative process. 

The New Yorker, September 8, 2012
Illustration: Mark Ulriksen
Cover art director: Francoise Mouly, creative director: Wyatt Mitchell

The New Yorker, September 8, 2012

Illustration: Mark Ulriksen

Cover art director: Francoise Mouly, creative director: Wyatt Mitchell

gymclassmag:

Gym Class 11
Newsstand cover by illustrator Noma Bar.
Gym Class is a quality zine about magazines and the peeps who make them, mostly.
Issue 11 includes Q&As with the creative director of The New Yorker; the editor and art director of ZEIT Magazin; the creative director of Monocle; and the creative director of magCulture.
Pre-order here.

gymclassmag:

Gym Class 11

Newsstand cover by illustrator Noma Bar.

Gym Class is a quality zine about magazines and the peeps who make them, mostly.

Issue 11 includes Q&As with the creative director of The New Yorker; the editor and art director of ZEIT Magazin; the creative director of Monocle; and the creative director of magCulture.

Pre-order here.