Our design for Columbia Journalism Review’s Winter 2018 issue, “Threats,” is a medal finalist in the Society of Publication Designers’ 54th Annual Design Competition. We are nominated for best overall issue design in the category of Custom Publishing/Brand/Trade/Institutional/Education. Cover and feature illustration: Melinda Beck.
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.
We designed materials for A First Amendment for All? Free Expression in the Age of Inequality, a symposium with the Columbia Law Review, the Knight First Amendment Institute, and the Center for Constitutional Governance.
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.
We designed Middlebury’s “Critical Conversations,” an ongoing series of events that encourage the campus community to engage deeply with issues of inclusivity and free expression. We worked with Aleksandar Savić to create a set of original illustrations for the project.
We designed the first special print edition of CJR, celebrating the centennial of the Pulitzers.
Rachell Sumpter created this beautiful and ominous image of migrants in Nogales, Mexico for Harvard Divinity Bulletin.
Religion & Politics is a Webby Nominee for Religion and Spirituality Website. Nautilus has been nominated for Website of the Year from Society of Publication Designers. And The Yale Law Journal is both a Webby Honoree and a bronze winner from Horizon Interactive Awards for websites in the Legal category.
“It’s a transformation that shows the power of good design”—Steven Heller reviews the Spectator‘s redesign.