So you’ve hired a Cadillac of a photographer and there’s a celebrity or maybe some high-strung supermodel. A few photo assistants are futzing with (rented) lighting in a (rented) space.
Articles by Jandos Rothstein
A while back I wrote about Fashion Rocks, the Condé Nast annual that’s packed up with every magazine the company ships in September.
Back when I was a young magazine designer, folks used to talk about “builds” in between swiping at each other with their Xacto knives (all good fun of course).
As a magazine designer, I take no small comfort in the decisions I don’t have to make—the signage that stays the same issue to issue,
I meant to write about this a few months ago, but as a wonderful resource for magazine designers, it’s still worth a post.
In this, the 75th anniversary year, Esquire remains intent on proving they aren’t as good as they used to be. Frankly,
I bought this magazine a few months ago at the Barnes & Noble in Clarendon, Virginia, intending to write about the Australian business quarterly.
HL, or Hollywood Life is a hybrid celebrity/fashion magazine—two topics that leave me colder than a mafia hit man doing wet work in Anchorage—but it’s hard not to be seduced by HL’s stunning redesign,
Premiere Business, which I panned last summer, is now back with a second volume, which also happens to be a second issue.
What is Glimpse? I’ve been trying to figure that out. At first, I thought it was the clearest evidence that Good had been certified big league—having spawned this knockoff from the deep-pocketed National Geographic Association.