The award was announced April 22 at a gala in Montreal.
The Gala Gutenberg awards are presented by the Printability and Graphic Communications Institute, formerly known as the Quebec Institute of Graphic Communications, to recognize excellence in graphics and the printing industry.
Printed at TC Transcontinental Quebec, the 100-page magazine published in the fall featured archival photos and illustrations and a text by historian Hugh A. Halliday. An embossed Victoria Cross was featured on its cover, designed by the magazine’s art department.
The Summer 2014 issue of Fly Fusion is set to hit newsstands on May 26th, 2014.
This is the first cover we’ve ever done that shows the fish as seen from the front, as opposed to a side-view.
We’ve combined the ultimate prey (trout) with the ultimate predators (our pros), who will share their secrets to success.
For the past four years, each cover in the Summer time slot has set a new sales record! (See images below.)
The Jun/July 2014 issue of Canada’s History uses an iconic image to illustrate the cover feature.
A rather bold type treatment with alternating colors helps “shout out” the main sell.
Here’s what editor Mark Reid has to say about the issue:
“While most people today associate Hudson’s Bay Company with retail shopping, fewer realize the crucial role the company played in creating Canada. HBC is the oldest company in North America, founded 344 years ago in 1670. With this issue, we tell the gripping and dramatic story of how this once-obscure fur-trading company beat the odds to become a business titan. For the cover, we chose this painting of HBC voyageurs shooting rapids somewhere on the frontier — an iconic image synonymous with the story of Canada itself.”
The Legion Magazine is adding a second SIP to the 2014 schedule. On sale May 26th (just in time for Father’s Day), the Legion will publish the fifth SIP in its series.
LIBERATING NORMANDY will be 100 pages of rarely seen photographs and features action packed maps.
This will give retailers the opportunity to decide which cover to feature, or to offer dual facings if they please to celebrate the 70th anniversary of this critically important battle.
The May 2014 issue of Golf Digest is getting a lot of flak for its cover featuring Paulina Gretzky.
In an article from the Globe & Mail we learn:
“Juli Inkster made her 120th start in a major Thursday at the Kraft Nabisco Championship. A seven-time major winner and a member of the World Golf Hall of Fame, Inkster is one of 11 women since 1969 to appear alone on the cover of Golf Digest. The list, which includes Marlene Hagge, Jane Blalock (twice) and Nancy Lopez, grew this week with the unveiling of the May issue, with Paulina Gretzky on the cover.
“Who is that?” asked Inbee Park, the world No. 1 and the defending champion at this event.
Park, of South Korea, a nine-time winner on the LPGA Tour, won three consecutive majors in 2013 to tie a record set in 1950 by Babe Didrikson Zaharias. Park has never appeared on the cover of Golf Digest.
Stacy Lewis, who has won two major titles, has also never appeared on the cover of Golf Digest. Last year she was briefly No. 1 in the world on her way to winning the Vare Trophy for the tour’s lowest scoring average.
Asked for her reaction to the magazine’s cover choice, Lewis said: “It’s frustrating for female golfers. It’s kind of the state of where we’ve always been. We don’t get respect for being the golfers that we are. Obviously, Golf Digest is trying to sell magazines. But at the same time you’d like to see a little respect for the women’s game.
Jerry Tarde, the editor-in-chief of Golf Digest, who approved the cover, said: “Sports figures, celebrities and models have appeared on Golf Digest covers since the magazine’s beginning. Paulina ranks at the high end of the golf celebrity scene today, and she has a compelling story to tell. She also might get some new people interested in the game.”
It sure does look like Golf Digest has gotten a bit desperate. Very lame.
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