Check out the press release regarding illustrator Jean-Philippe Delhomme being awarded the silver medal for "Best Illustrated Story of the Year" by Society of Publication Designers. See the original article here!
DEPARTURES has been awarded the Silver Medal for “Best Illustrated Story of the Year” by The Society of Publication Designers. The article, “Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam,” an illustrated travel journal by Jean-Philippe Delhomme, appeared in DEPARTURES’ October 2011 Destination Issue: The New Asia.
"For anyone who has ever entertained the notion that print media was in jeopardy, they need look no further than this award. Jean Philippe and Departures created something unique and special that could only exist and have such impact in the pages of a living breathing PRINT-based magazine," says Richard David Story, editor in chief.
The winners were celebrated at the SPD Annual Awards Gala on May 11 at Cipriani Wall Street in New York City.
DEPARTURES recently announced that the publication marked the first half of 2012 with a 20 percent increase in advertising revenue and five percent uptick in paging.
Published by the American Express Publishing Corporation for Platinum Card® and Centurion® members of American Express, DEPARTURES (http://departures.com), publishes 18 editions throughout 32 counties in seven languages. Its international network includes the United Kingdom, Germany, France, Spain, Italy, Sweden, Netherlands, Austria and Japan. Follow DEPARTURES on Twitter @DeparturesMag.
About The Society of Publication Designers:
The Society of Publication Designers, Inc., founded in 1965, is a not-for-profit arts organization dedicated to encouraging, recognizing and rewarding excellence in editorial design, educating its members and the public about the field of publication design and serving the needs of art directors and photo editors. SPD’s activities include the yearly competition, awards gala, speaker series and spots competition. In addition, SPD publishes the annual and our online website, Grids.
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OF AN INSTANCE -- In Partnership with the Andy Warhol Museum and Presented by Hugo Boss closes on Saturday, June 2nd. Artspace (www.artspace.com) will be hosting a conversation, in the exhibition, between Todd Levin and Jeremy Kost on Thursday evening. A casual viewing of the show begins at 6:30 with the conversation at 7. If you're interested, please rsvp to email@example.com. Capacity is limited.
Located at 150 11th Avenue (between 21st and 22nd streets), the exhibition hours are 12pm to 6pm.
INSTALL IMAGES -- http://jeremykost.com/work/shows/of-an-insance/
WHITEHOT MAGAZINE -- http://whitehotmagazine.com/articles/kost-instance-andy-warhol-museum/2562
NEW YORK ART BEAT - http://www.nyartbeat.com/nyablog/2012/05/the-kost-of-transformation/
ID MAGAZINE -- http://i-donline.com/2012/05/jeremy-kost-new-york-new-york/
Make up artist Brigitte Reiss Andersen for the Monsoon Spring Summer 2012 campaign with top model Alessandra D'Ambrosio. Photography by Andreas Sjodin. See all the campaign images here.
La Lettre de la Photographie recently reviewed photographer Stephane Coutelle's newest book, Shoebox Studio.
From La Lettre:
For five years, Stéphane Coutelle took pictures of them in his little studio, his Shoebox, during a brief session, with only a minimum of accessories, resulting in unstaged portraits.
The situation is not that of the master confronting his model, rather that of the master with his student. Even in this limited environment, his professionalism is prevalent, establishing the limits of the session: one knows, the other is on the verge of knowing or at least knowing what there is to know. '
Make up artist Alice Lane's beautiful work at the Oscar de la Renta Resort 2013 show yesterday.
Check out more photos from the show and T Magazine's "Resort Report" over at the NYTimes.com.
From T Mag: “To reinforce this, Alice Lane chose minimal makeup, a 1950’s flick eye and lip she said she was inspired by “Wes Anderson colors” and the work of the painter Francois Boucher."
From Nowness.com: "The founder of leather goods company Il Bisonte and Florence’s most vividly stylish artisan, Wanny Di Filippo muses on the beauty of aging objects and the great character of the historic Tuscan city in this intimate video portrait by Daniel Riera." Read the entire article here and check out the video below!