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Video after the jump.
Video after the jump...
Check out the short video below documenting a sample of my design evolution for a profile story about Anne Hathaway, photographed by Mario Sorrenti and featured in the current, October issue of W.
A good Friday afternoon read.
Even better, The Stranger, the alternative weekly based in Seattle, has posted the last 10 years of their covers.Â The StrangerÂ covers are like the cool punk version ofÂ The New Yorker, with illustrations, photographs and graphic design that are stand-alone visual statements, with lots of attitude and passion. LikeÂ The New Yorker, The Stranger covers are the visual voice of the publication, a dialogue each week between the paper and its readers.
So when I'm often asked "where do you get your quick inspiration from online?," one particular design studio's site that comes to mind is www.fwis.com. Not only is their gallery chock full of motivational imagery, but they also feature a blog called "Covers."
Book cover art is featured and updated several times a week and open for commenting. I like to think of it as a virtual wall meeting where random viewers can critique the art director's motive. Check it out, and let me know about your own favorite "quick fix."