Here are a lot of Entertainment Weekly design directors, plus a couple other very cool dudes, from the Society of Publication Designers event For the Love of…Entertainment Weekly. Left to right: James Reyman (he put the whole thing together), People magazine editor Jess Cagle (he moderated), Michael Grossman, me, John Korpics, Geraldine Hessler, Brian Anstey, Kory Kennedy, and Tim Leong. They even got us to stand in chronological order! Photograph by Will E. Davis.

Here are a lot of Entertainment Weekly design directors, plus a couple other very cool dudes, from the Society of Publication Designers event For the Love of…Entertainment Weekly. Left to right: James Reyman (he put the whole thing together), People magazine editor Jess Cagle (he moderated), Michael Grossman, me, John Korpics, Geraldine Hessler, Brian Anstey, Kory Kennedy, and Tim Leong. They even got us to stand in chronological order! Photograph by Will E. Davis.

Entertainment Weekly, October 17, 2014
Design director: Tim Leong, photograph: Art Streiber, lettering: Geoff McFetridge

Entertainment Weekly, October 17, 2014

Design director: Tim Leong, photograph: Art Streiber, lettering: Geoff McFetridge

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.

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. 

Entertainment Weekly remembers Robin Williams. Design director: Tim Leong.

Entertainment Weekly remembers Robin Williams. Design director: Tim Leong.

THE 2013 NEWMANOLOGY HOLIDAY BOOKS GIFT GUIDE
Here’s one of our favorite visual books of the year: Super Graphic, by Tim Leong. Subtitled, “A Visual Guide to the Comic Book Universe,” Super Graphic is all the heroes and villains of comic books explained in fun infographics. The author is the former design director of Wired magazine and current design director at Fortune. This book is a marvel of conception and obsessive execution (and again, it’s really funny!).
See the complete Newmanology 2013 holiday gift guide here.

THE 2013 NEWMANOLOGY HOLIDAY BOOKS GIFT GUIDE

Here’s one of our favorite visual books of the year: Super Graphic, by Tim Leong. Subtitled, “A Visual Guide to the Comic Book Universe,” Super Graphic is all the heroes and villains of comic books explained in fun infographics. The author is the former design director of Wired magazine and current design director at Fortune. This book is a marvel of conception and obsessive execution (and again, it’s really funny!).

See the complete Newmanology 2013 holiday gift guide here.

Wired, April 2012Cover illustration: Jesse LenzCreative director: Brandon Kavulla, art directors: Alice Choe and Tim Leong

Wired, April 2012
Cover illustration: Jesse Lenz
Creative director: Brandon Kavulla, art directors: Alice Choe and Tim Leong