Pub(lications) Crawl 10.03.16
Pub(lications) Crawl 09.30.16
Pub(lications) Crawl 09.30.16
Pub(lications) Crawl 09.16.16
Our gracious and distinctive tour hosts this year are: The New Yorker, Bloomberg Pursuits, Condé Nast Traveler, Refinery 29, The New York Times Magazine, BuzzFeed, Real Simple, design firm McCandliss & Campbell. They're all getting ready to give you exclusive behind-the-scenes access, so come armed with your curiosity and questions, and prepare yourself for a very unique tour of great magazine-making.
Wanna come? You just have to register by Monday, Oct. 3rd. Read on to find out how...… MORE
Student Design Competition 04.15.16
As our top winner, Angela's prizes include $2,500, an internship at an NYC magazine, inclusion in our Pub 51 SPD Annual and an invitation to our SPD Awards Gala.
Congrats to Angela and all our winners! And thanks to everyone who entered and made our judges' decision a tough one ... we loved looking at your work and commend you all on your great pieces. If you entered and didn't win, you are elgible to enter your designs in our SPD-U Spotlight later this month, so keep an eye out for that information soon.
FIRST PLACE and Recipient of the Mitch Shostak Award*
SCHOOL: Moravian College
INSTRUCTOR: Camille Murphy
CATEGORY: How-To Magazine
*Who's Mitch Shostak?
Our top prize is given to honor Mitch Shostak, a dear and dedicated friend of SPD who passed away on June 25, 2014. The former SPD board member had worked at numerous publications before opening Shostak Studios in 1993 where he continued to produce volumes of work for a number of clients. Mitch was widely respected as one of the country's leading publication designers. Committed and passionate in his teaching at the School of Visual Arts and mentoring in his own design studio, Mitch inspired his peers as well as many new generations of designers and art directors. We dedicate our top Student Design Competition prize to him in remembrance of his life and work.
Student Design Competition 04.14.16
Check back tomorrow for our top winner.
SECOND PLACE and Recipient of the B.W. Honeycutt Award*
SCHOOL: Norwich University of the Arts
INSTRUCTOR: Glen Robinson
CATEGORY: News Magazine
*Who's this B.W. Honeycutt?
The second-place prize is our B.W. Honeycutt Award, given to honor the life and work of Bruce W. Honeycutt who died on January 12, 1994 at the age of 40. As the former Art Director of Details magazine, his redesign helped it earn accolades such as "Magazine of the Year" from Advertising Age and "Top Hottest Magazine" from Adweek. Honeycutt's work has been recognized by SPD, AIGA, and the Art Directors Club of New York amongst others. He taught publication design at the School of Visual Arts in New York City, and attended North Carolina University at Chapel Hill.
Student Design Competition 04.13.16
Student Design Competition 04.12.16
Student Design Competition 04.11.16
Student Design Competition 04.05.16