Luke Hayman

Next EDO talk – Chris Dixon of Vanity Fair

Later this month the Editorial Design Organisation invites Chris Dixon, design director of Vanity Fair, to present a talk about his work, which has included being part of the team that relaunched New York magazine ten years ago. Tickets for the event are still available

The new faces of Pentagram: Eddie Opara

Its unique business model requires a constant stream of new blood, so the fact that two partners are joining Pentagram — one in New York and one in London — is not in itself remarkable. But Naresh Ramchandani and Eddie Opara represent more than just the next illustrious names to sign up with probably the world’s most highly regarded design group…

Luke Hayman

“Creative Review is the reason why I became a designer”. Patrick Burgoyne meets Pentagram New York’s most recent partner

Hyland Makes Headlines

It seems Luke Hayman has a rival for Pentagram’s Mr Magazine title – two redesigns from Angus Hyland and team caught our eye this week…


New York magazine. Art director: Chris Dixon
Last week, CR attended the first birthday party of the Editorial Design Organisation (first covered here on the blog) writes CR art director, Paul Pensom. The EDO is a group formed to champion editorial design and provide support for students wishing to enter the industry. MagCulture’s Jeremy Leslie is chairman for 2009 and he used the party to introduce the EDO DIY exhibition: a selection of tear-sheets from some of the most notable editorial design from the last year, as chosen by EDO members.

CR Feb Issue

CR’s February cover, illustrated by Letman
The February issue of Creative Review is out on Wednesday 21 January, with features on Luke Hayman, Letman, Indian advertising, The Guardian’s new home, The Elms Lesters Painting Rooms and more…

Changing Times

The New York Times Magazine is revered by art directors and readers alike. Janet Froelich, its creative director, has been the driving force behind its continued ascendance.


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