Seek, the science research magazine from The Rockefeller University, won a silver award in the Editorial Design category from CASE (Council for the Advancement and Support of Education). Illustration by Alvaro Dominguez.
Point Five Founder and Creative Director Alissa Levin will present the workshop Small Mags, Big Ideas on July 12th at ICON10: The Illustration Conference in Detroit. Registration for the conference can be found here.
Congratulations to our clients and collaborators! We are all Society of Publication Designers Print Merit Winners from the 53rd Annual Design Competition. Our work for Rockefeller University’s Seek Magazine was awarded for overall issue design, cover art by The Voorhes; Melinda Beck’s work for Columbia Journalism Review for illustration; and Selman Design’s illustration and lettering for PCMA Convene for design.
Columbia Journalism Review was nominated for the 2018 National Magazine Award in the Single-Topic Issue category. On the cover: Inauguration Day, Washington, DC. Portrait by Carolyn Drake for Magnum Photos. Washington Post special section featuring an illustration by Chris Buzelli and photograph by Matt McClain.
Alissa was honored to give a keynote presentation about digital design at the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) Editor’s Forum.
We launched a new site for Commonweal, enhancing their diverse content covering religion, politics, books and culture.
We’re proud to introduce Seek, the new science research magazine from The Rockefeller University.
Working with animator Francesca Cattaneo, we produced this installment of Nautilus’ Spark of Science series.
We designed the first special print edition of CJR, celebrating the centennial of the Pulitzers.
We are thrilled to announce the launch of tricycle.org.
We received two honors from the Society of Publication Designers for print design and digital illustration.
We’re honored to be a part of The Paris Review’s storied design history. The AIGA’s blog Eye on Design published a piece on how the literary magazine has managed to stay relevant for over 60 years. The answer: Redesign, Redesign, Redesign.
Rachell Sumpter created this beautiful and ominous image of migrants in Nogales, Mexico for Harvard Divinity Bulletin.