10.01.13 | Wura-Natasha Ogunji created original artwork to accompany Jacob Olupona’s “Bonds, Boundaries, and Bondage of Faith: Religion at the Crossroads in Nigeria” in Harvard Divinity Bulletin’s Summer/Autumn issue.
The issue also includes “What Ghana Taught King,” about Martin Luther King Jr.’s influential trip to the former Gold Coast in 1957 and a “Required Reading” book review on the trope of pilgrimage in recent memoirs by Chinua Achebe, Ngũgĩ wa Thiong’o, and Lamin Sanneh.
We art directed and designed this latest print edition of the Bulletin.
06.04.13 | We had a great time last night at the Decades Ball. Some photos of our 1950′s glamour. . .
5/3/13 | Harper’s Magazine wins a National Magazine Award for fiction, for Steven King’s “Batman and Robin Have an Altercation” (September 2012). Congratulations to everyone at Harper’s on the honor of your nineteenth Ellie!
4/29/13 | Just launched! We designed the graphic identity for Nautilus, a new online publication about science and its endless connections to our lives.
We’re also providing ongoing creative direction and art direction, commissioning artwork from both illustrators and photographers. The launch issue What Makes You So Special showcases brilliant illustrations by John Hendrix that explore the question of human uniqueness.
04.10.13 | The Security Council Report launches Women, Peace and Security: Sexual Violence in Conflict and Sanctions. You can find the full report at securitycouncilreport.org and the latest updates—everything you need to know about gender, peacekeeping and the UN—at whatsinblue.org.
4/9/13 | Religion & Politics celebrates its one year anniversary with a Webby nomination. Congratulations to Tiffany Stanley and the entire R&P team!