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Mobile publishing is forcing the rules of journalism to change and evolve, but newspapers have been slow to adapt & according to BoSacks, magazines are having a really hard time defining their brands in the current landscape of the industry.
Google News continues to be a top traffic-driving source for publishers (though and oft neglected one) and Lucky magazine gets ready to debut a new e-commerce strategy.
Bloomberg Businessweek's creative and editorial teams are changing the way magazine covers are created and how Time developed a successful newsletter strategy.
Flipboard is debuting an update, one of its biggest since the app launched and online advertisers have been using new measurement standards to discern whether their ads will be seen by their target consumers.
Publishers are finding success with online explainer videos and a survey finds out how time-spent metrics are actually viewed and used.
The Huffington Post is teaming up with a creative agency to help with content creation and Copyblogger demonstrates how to create content that elicits an emotional response from readers.
BoSacks speaks out on hope for the future of the magazine industry and how to optimize content for humans.
Hubspot recently posted a great article that outlines how to get long-term ROI on content.
The publisher of Lapham's Quarterly talks to Nieman Journalism Lab about the state of small magazines & Digiday explores why publishers are increasingly covering and curating feel good stories.
How publishers are tackling the challenge of scaling native ads and Twitter launches a "Buy" button to get into the commerce game.
Why some publications continue to pay for editorial promotion on Facebook and how web analytics have changed newsroom culture.
How The Washington Post is fairing a year after the Bezos buy & Bo Speaks Out about digital's watershed moment.
Artist Dani Soon illustrated work for Hans Christian Andersen’s Thumbelina, a classic fairy tale.
The United Nations makes its social media strategy a top priority and Digiday speaks to a journalist working as a native ad writer.
Kermit the Frog got in on the Ice Bucket Challenge after being nominated by WWE CEO Vince McMahon.
G Encranez is a French photographer with a fascination with capturing mist-covered landscapes and scenes.
Column Five gathered five of its favorite inspirational quotes about design and illustrated them.
How the Ice Bucket Challenge became a huge grassroots marketing campaign & Time Inc. partners with a meal-kit delivery service.
Lucky magazine gets spun off from Condé Nast in to a joint venture with BeachMint & the publisher of Harper's Magazine is firm believer in sticking with traditional media and journalism.
Prank Media edited together 40 awesome celebrity auditions, including Emma Stone for Easy A and Aaron Paul for Breaking Bad.
Janne Iiovnen is an artist based in the U.K.
InStyle magazine to reveal September cover via Snapchat & how early adopter brands began using the app as a promotional tool.
Digiday finds out what it's like to work at Hearst Digital & whether print media is killing the publishing industry.
Auckland-based photographer Cally Whitman captured seaside moments of birds.
Nation Geographic hosts its Travel Photo Contest every year. And each year, travelers submit thousands of beautiful photos from around the world.
John Oliver goes on a hilarious rant about native advertising and Instagram ads prove to be more effective than Facebook ads.
The Mary Meeker report found an upwards trend of North American companies offering a wider range of offerings to global customers & why publishers aren't doing so well in the App Store.
TD Canada Trust's latest marketing campaign "TD Thanks You" is all about giving back to its customers.
Natasha Shaloshvili is a freelance illustrator based in Saint Petersburg.
Pinterest partners with Canadian e-commerce platform Shopify to make pins easily shoppable & Clinique hopes for a better start with new social and digital campaign.
Oleg Oprisco is a photographer based in Ukraine.
WWD interviews Hearst's David Carey about the changing media landscape & how to create content that readers want to pay for.
Rhett & Link, a YouTube duo, posted a new song called "I'm On Vacation".
Josephine Cardin is a fine arts photographer based in New York City.
How one podcast turned into a successful business & digital victories for broadcasters during the World Cup.
Condé Nast sells its data centers to move to the cloud & Hearst prepares for a record-breaking September.
A handful of IKEA stores will be introducing a service that allows customers to adopt a dog while walking through display rooms.
Franck Bohbot is a Brooklyn-based photographer originally from France.
Marcos Chin is an award-winning illustrator, and he's worked for Time, Rolling Stone, Sports Illustrated and more.
Brendan Fitzpatrick's floral x-rays photographs came out of radiology experiments.
Italian artist Marco Goran Romano created these spot illustrations for various magazines within the last few months.
Harvard Business school features BuzzFeed in a case study & Time Inc.'s winning Facebook strategy.
Tony Riff is an illustrator and designer based in London.
Rob Whitworth's stop-motion video tour of Barcelona is stunning.
Dylan Jones is a freelance illustrator based in Cape Town, South Africa.
Check out this awesome cover from Pizza Today, a magazine for owners of pizzerias across the globe.
Why email newsletters are making a comeback & what the future of reading looks like.
"Travel with an Illustrator" is a project by DPI Magazine.
Dublin-based photographers Sean Breithaupt and Yvette Monahan were sent to an island called Cork by Cara Magazine to document its culture.
OK Go's history of viral music videos and Yahoo's success with Motion Ads.
Nielly Francoise is a Paris-based artist.
How different publishers approaches advertising strategy & the new Mary Meeker report reveals how consumers spend time with media.
Jacopo Rosati is an Italian artist who has been commissioned to produce many editorial illustrations.
Shaun Kardinal has been taking photos of birds from his friends' Instagram and Facebook feeds and…
Simone Missoni was asked to illustrate The New Yorker's style issue.
YouTube impressionist Steve Love performs amazingly accurate impressions of 'Game of Thrones' characters.
Harper's Bazaar Spain payed tribute to iconic photographer Richard Avedon.
Canadian Underwriter celebrates its 80th anniversary by launching an archive site, Sports Illustrated optimizes for mobile & Food52 launches a social network for foodies.
Forbes reaches its highest readership ever, the next generation of news readers and how the media landscape is changing how we label the magazine industry.
Andreas Levers' "Modern World" series captures the architecture between places.
French artist Gilbert Legrand has been finding hidden characters in normal, everyday objects and bringing them to life using paint for the past ten years.
I'm a little late to the game with this one, but watching The Tonight Show's edits of Brian Williams rapping never gets old.
Russian photographer has been having fun documenting her daughter Katherine and her British Shorthair Lilu.
Epicurious' new editor dishes on the brand's growth strategy & Atlantic Business Magazine is using its October issue to give back to the community.
Baltimore-based artist Lisk Feng did some editorial work for Life Magazine.
Readers hold more sway with online publications & the oncoming mobile media apocalypse.
Funny or Die's fake audition reel for actress Uzo Aduba is hilarious.
Toronto's weekly magazine, The Grid, got creative with it's baby issue.
Dove's newest ad puts the spotlights on fathers.
Glamour is debuting its all-American new look with a brand new campaign that carries the tagline, "Live the life, fill it will Glamour," & EContent recently interviewed John Forrester, social community manager/brand journalist at Arnold Worldwide to get the inside scoop about a typical day at work, memorable customer encounters and more.
Simone Massoni created these black and white illustrations for The New Yorker's brand new book.
May was a record-breaking month for number of consumer magazine launches and a new Publishing Futures survey finds that the industry is increasingly moving towards multi-platform.
Tastefully Offensive edited together 45 of the best catch phrases from television's history.
The most creative ways that brands have crowd-sourced content from fans.
Photographer John Taggart lives and works in Northern Ireland.
Actresses Brie Larson and Shailene Woodley share the latest cover of New York magazine.
BuzzFeed changes how it labels sponsored content and a new study finds that readers overwhelmingly prefer solutions journalism.
Photographer Tim Dodd's fun series "Everyday Astronaut" imagines the life of an astronaut who has just returned from space.
Gauging the magazine industry's reaction to putting ads on covers and fixing the online advertising models for media brands.
Christopher Swan is a photographer based in the United Kingdom.
In celebration of the upcoming FIFA World Cup, ESPN got Brazillian artist Cristiano Siqueira to create a series of images featuring each team.
Five media events that will help you with your digital media strategies.
The latest installment of YouTube series "Kids React" has a group of children hilariously interacting with an Apple ll computer from 1977.
Time Inc. is selling ad space on magazine covers, BuzzFeed is teaching brands how to create viral content & the future of metered paywalls.
The students at Columbus College of Art & Design decided to anonymously create a new chalkboard quote every week.
Highlights from the New York Times innovation report and Bo speaks out about print's endurance.
Art duo, and married couple, Jana and Js paint large and small portraits on trees and urban landscapes.
Vocal Point, Brigham Young University's a cappella group, pays homage to Newsies with this amazing video.
Hama-House spends a lot of time in cafes and parks speed sketching unsuspecting subjects.
This is a collection of digital glitch art by Germany-based Designaddicted.
The truth about the organic reach of Facebook brand pages & how the Internet of Things will mushroom in 2025.
Pejac is a Spanish artist. His work stands out because of his minimalism and ability to turn almost anything into a canvas.
Fast Company was very recently named the magazine of the year at the National Magazine Awards.
This mash-up of Super Mario and Game of Thrones will have the show's theme song stuck in your head for the rest of the day.
Photographer Francois Dourlen saves movie and television scenes on his iPhone and places them in the perfect locations so that they blend in to their backgrounds.
Fast Company nabs the Magazine of the Year Award and proves its here to stay & some publishers experiment with ad-free experiences.
State.com recently posted this hilarious ad for its new app that pokes fun at social media habits.
Jet magazine is leaving print behind and listing the reasons to stay optimistic during the publishing industry's digital disruption.
Anthony Vincent covered Jason Derulo's "Talk Dirty" in the musical styles of 20 different artists.
An easy way to learn more about your readers – and their reading habits – is by taking advantage of Google Analytics and the metrics that it offers.
Olivier Teepe is a photographer based in Amsterdam.
Grace Ciao's uses flower petals in place of ink for her fashion illustrations.
National Geographic Kids publishes the tiniest magazine cover ever, Get Out There magazine teams up with an online retailer & a survey about native advertising.
Artist Ashkan Honarvar collaborated with Wolfgang Joop to create this campaign for his German fashion brand Wunderkind.
The truth and consequences of native advertising & the medium is still the message 50 years later.
Artist Sandra Suarez started a year-long project where she creates one mask everyday using cardboard and paint.
Eiko Ojala is an illustrator and graphic designer based in Tallinn, Estonia.
Dan Biggins is a photographer based in the United Kingdom.
Facebook is teaming up with Storyful to create FB Newswire, the importance of interacting with readers and how to successfully market content online.
Florian Nicolle is a French graphic designer and illustrator.
Teaching the next generation of readers to love magazines, how publishers are using big data to boost circulation and testing out community and membership models.
Variety released multiple covers for its "Power of Women NY" issue.
The best magazines to keep you healthy and happy.
U.K. artist Sam Green was asked by The Verge to illustrate portraits for its "Top 50 Awards".
Artist Colin Boyd Shafer is photographing one Torontonian from every country in the world.
The latest figures from the Print Measurement Bureau show that digital readership is on the rise and publishers are learning to love collaboration.
Illustrator Morgan Davidson drew this collection of girls depicting each season.
Wise words from David Ogilvy and 101 more awesome music magazine covers.
Every Pixar film includes Easter eggs, whether they're inside jokes from the animation team or nods to previous stories.
Tata and Friends made these "Literal Rock Band Icons" as a tribute to bands that they love.
101 music magazine covers from the past 80 years and Facebook is promoting publishers for free.
Esquire Weekly UK's latest cover features an illustrated Don Draper.
The CEO of The MPA explains why the magazine industry is and will continue to be okay, Bo interviews The Magazine Channel's CEO and how online skimming and scanning is affecting in-depth reading.
Dylan Gardner posted this lovely tribute to The Beatles' Abbey Road.
Liv Buranday, a Philippines-based artist, sculpts coffee grounds into charming pieces of art.
More and more journalists are striking out on their own and ditching traditional news outlets to create their own digital journalism startups.
YouTube channel Top10Memes explored the origins of of the most famous memes, like "Overly Attached Girlfriend."
Actor Kevin Spacey graces the latest issue of The Hollywood Reporter.
How to take advantage of LinkedIn and why content ads are the next big thing.
Mark Singles is a photographer based in Las Vegas.
Bo speaks out about how printed magazines continue to both grow and shrink, and attendees of The Digital Innovator's Summit tried to imagine the future of the magazine business.
These shots look photoshopped, but they're not. Moscow-based photographer Katerina Plotnikova brought these fairytale-like scenes to life with the help of professional trainers.
The Danish edition of Elle magazine ran this beautiful editorial spread that depicts national flags with makeup.
Ten magazine features and editorial spreads that are time well spent.
Kermit the Frog is featured on the latest edition of the The Big Issue.
Cranio Design posted a personal project on Behance titled "Look at Me." The series is a study of the human eye.
The ASME announced the finalists of the National Magazine Awards and Shameless celebrates 10 years with a new website.
Condé Nast's new programmatic marketing team, a study looks into news consumption habits and how development trends have impacted magazines.
How to easily create anchor tags within your content in Agility.
Raphael Vincenzi is an illustrator based in Brussels, Belgium.
Magazines Canada's new advertising toolkit includes research from the publishing industry's most up-to-date resources. The toolkit includes a document about trust, and maintains that, "Without trust, media relationships are ineffectual."
Stéphane Martinelli is a photographer based in Paris, and his work has appeared in both editorial and ads.
Dani Blázquez's Stand By Me poster is part of an upcoming show called "King for a Day" for the Hero Complex Gallery.
Matt Taibbi talks about leaving the Rolling Stone for an unnamed digital startup and Digiday debunks five web publishing myths.
Jimmy Kimmel is on the cover of the latest issue of Esquire, which also features a clever Sharpie theme.
The New Yorker's latest cover is a breath of fresh air after the hellish winter that hopefully just ended.
You've probably seen the First Kiss clothing ad that went viral recently. First Sniff is a parody, and a big improvement on the original.
Time Out New York ditches its print-first mentality and Maclean's magazine gets a brand new website.
Karl Lagerfeld is featured on a cover of Harper's Bazaar UK with a furry friend.
What publishers can learn from Upworthy's "clickbait with a conscience" news model and the winners of the 2014 Nichee Awards.
Laurent Durieux recreated movie posters as what they would look like if they were made during the mid-century days of Raymond Loewy and H.G. Wells.
An Englishman spent some time in Canada recently and edited together a supercut of everything he did while he was here.
New York Magazine launches live event for TV fans and BuzzFeed hires a Wall Street Journal data reporter to strengthen its investigative reporting.
Thai video studio We Are Camera recreated some of Jurassic Park's most famous scenes by replacing all of the velociraptors with giant cats.
BuzzFeed is hiring copy editors and Yahoo's Marissa Mayer longs for the glossy fashion ad experience online.
Watch impressionist Brock Baker tackle 33 Simpsons impressions in five minutes.
In it's latest ad, Snickers explains why Godzilla is in such a horrible mood all the time.
In anticipation of the Academy Awards this Sunday, celebrity impressionist Piotr Michael posted a video with a little advice for celebs.
Barbie is featured on the cover of this year's Swimsuit Issue from Sports Illustrated.
Alltime recently posted a video about 10 little-known facts about Twitter.
Whatsapp's future as an invaluable resource to publishers and Meredith Corp teams up with a mobile ad startup.
Questlove covers the latest issue of Wired.
The latest cover of New York Times Magazine induces some major cabin fever.
The shortlist for the Canadian Cover Awards has been released by Magazines Canada.
Lupita Nyong'o graces the cover of New York Magazine in spectacular fashion.
ReadWrite rounded up vintage camera ads from brands like Kodak and Polaroid.
Jimmy Fallon kicked off his run on The Tonight Show on Monday. He invited actor Will Smith for a hip hop rendition of "The Evolution of Dance."
Barbie teams up with Sports Illustrated and the differences marketing print and digital.
This week's support question is about changing default images within the Agility Magazine Suite. Changing default featured, listing and other images is really simple.
Last year, Molson created a fridge that only opens by scanning a Canadian passport. Now, they've moved it to the Canada Olympic House in Sochi.
Ten reasons why we don't miss print too much.
The Flappy Bird Song perfectly captures the love/hate relationship that gamers have experienced with the app.
Liane Brookes' beautiful floral photography serves as a bittersweet reminder of spring's long awaited arrival.
Chatelaine reigns as Canada's top consumer magazine and publishers are paying for video ad views.
Ice Music, a Swedish musical group, performed songs using instruments made entirely of ice - excluding strings.
The hopefulness of journalism startups and measuring the success of magazine performance.
The shortlist for the 2014 Sony World Photography Awards have been announced.
Amy Poehler looks amazing on the the upcoming issue of Ladies' Home Journal.
Empire magazine is celebrating its 20th anniversary, so we rounded up ten of our favorite covers.
Vanity Fair released the cover of its annual Hollywood Issue yesterday, and it was overwhelmingly well-received.
Mashable rounded up the best commercials from yesterday's Super Bowl.
Ezra Klein joins Vox Media and Flipboard adds news features to mimic traditional magazines.
The Toronto Zoo's three-month-old polar bear cub took his very first stroll through the snow and cameras were there to capture it.
In order to speed up content entry, one option that the Agility CMS Platform provides is the import functionality.
Vs. magazine printed multiple covers for its latest issue.
From Twiggy in the 60s to supermodels in the 90s, these magazine covers perfectly represent each particular time they were published.
Mashable quizzed seven nerds about their football knowledge in anticipation for the upcoming Super Bowl.
Lettering is a Brazilian magazine that publishes minimal covers with gorgeous photography.
BuzzFeed's success in expanding to the U.K., how to match digital features to your audience and LEO magazine hits newsstands.
Hungarian pop star Boggie released a music video for her song Perfüm that makes a strong statement against Photoshopping images into unrealistic standards of beauty.
Bo interviews Ogden's publisher, changing content to keep up with consumption habits and the necessity of a digital strategy.
It was only a matter of time before someone parodied Mean Girls with cats.
David Johnson is an illustrator based in Connecticut who does a lot of editorial work.
Ten magazines to get your short story fix and brush up on news from the world of literature.
Composer Johnnyrandom recently released this track, titled Bespoken, made entirely by sampling sounds from a bicycle.
We've posted Javier Perez's Instagram experiments before, and he's back with more clever illustrations.
Copyblogger looks to playwright David Mamet for a lesson in branded storytelling and Facebook is set to compete with Flipboard with the launch of it aggregated news service.
This mashup is only amazing if you're a Doctor Who fangirl – or boy.
How digital technology has remodeled women's magazines and Flipboard sets its sights high in 2014 to reach the 150 million user mark.
These pattern posters are part of an ongoing series by artist Andrés Lozano based on Wes Anderson films.
Actress Lupita Nyong'o is featured on a gorgeous cover of Dazed & Confused's February issue.
Filmmaker Zach King is a wizard – at least on Vine where he's made quite the name for himself.
Scrolling through Brock Davis' Instagram feed is a total delight.
Glamour enlists celebrities to pen editorial content, Active Adult rebrands as Active Life and how to turn one idea into as much content as possible.
I don't think GoPro will ever be able to market its cameras better than Kevin Richardson, aka the Lion Whisperer, can.
Defining the role of the modern publisher, 2013 media trends that you may have missed and successful marketing for circulation and newsstand growth.
Pari Ehsan is a fashion blogger and designer based in Brooklyn, and she has an awesome Instagram account.
The 2014 Canadian Cover Awards are back to celebrate the importance of magazine covers on the Canadian newsstand and single copy sales.
Akshay answers a common support inquiry about using third party scripts within Agility.
Jimmy Fallon is featured on the cover of the latest issue of Vanity Fair, and his reaction is adorable.
Few topics have polarized the publishing industry like paywalls whenever its brought up in conversation. Regardless of which side you lean towards, the last couple of years have seen a lot of different experiments in charging for online content - some successful, others not so much and some yet to be seen.
YouTube user Robert Jones put together this supercut of some of the greatest dance scenes in movie history.
Photographers Pierre Javelle and Akiko Ida created these dioramas of miniature people against edible backdrops.
Facebook reigns as king of social media, successful paid content models and Hearst sees record-breaking revenue and profits.
The New Yorker's latest cover pokes fun at the heavy snowfall that covered the city over the weekend.
Magazine cover trends of 2013, the loyal subscribers of hobby magazines and debating the value of journalism.
Denver-based photographer Leslie Ann O'Dell captured these gorgeous shots of flowers.
"Into the Atmosphere" is Michael Shainblum's tribute to the state of California and its coastlines, mountains and deserts.
Paul Little creeped out friends, family and the internet with his video Christmas card.
How native advertising will change in 2014 and predicting how technology will continue to impact the publishing industry.
Fourgrounds Media Inc. teamed up with Suitcase in Point Theatre to create what Christmas morning would look like in the styles of 10 famous film directors.
Local magazines succeed where Patch fails, Mobile ad revenue explodes and Sporting News launches hybrid app.
New York photographer Sean Lynch spent some time in Nepal in September. These infrared photos were taken in the Annapurna Himalayan Range.
Chilean artist Jose Romussi's embroidery collages are gorgeous.
The ads that got the most views, likes and shares this year.
Canadian photographer Richard Gottardo documented the foggy Canadian Rockies during a winter storm over two days of shooting.
The Bridge Project is an ongoing series by photographer Vassillis Tangoulis.
Spacing celebrates its 10th anniversary, 2013's hopeful signs for the publishing industry and the success of rising paywalls.
Cinefix recreated Elf to celebrate the holiday season and the film's 10th anniversary.
The best ads of 2013, native ads pegged as the soap opera for the digital age and Bo's readers speak out.
Taylor Allen is a photographer and filmmaker from Northern New Jersey.
This is a great mashup of 2013 films, 300 of them to be exact.
It was a year full of big and little success stories for the publishing industry, so we've listed the best magazine news from 2013.
This stop-motion video, CATCH: A Handimation, was made entirely using Google Glass.
Belgian street artist ROA has been painting animals across the globe.
Publishers get a traffic boost from Facebook, the best and worst of marketing in 2013 and Brides launches a YouTube competition.
George Clooney covers W magazine's art issue in spectacular polka dot fashion.
Bo's take on native ads, Hearst's secrets to digital and the top magazine launches on the year.
Photographer Alexey Kljatov took these macro shots of snowflakes by taking an old lens from a Russian Zenit camera and flipping it backwards.
Alex Konahin is a graphic artist based in Latvia.
Lists featuring the best of 2013 are popping up everywhere now that it's December. So, we decided to find ten of the best magazine covers published this year.
AsapSCIENCE breaks down everything you need to know about 3D printing in three minutes.
Laurent Nivalle put together a photo report of Goodwood Revival 2013.
Men's magazines have a very good year, the rebirth of paywalls and a journalism startup crowdfunds $1.7 million.
Bloomberg Businessweek is back with another great cover.
BoSacks Speaks Out: The Consequences of the Condé Interns On Wednesday, Bo wrote about the…
Chow Hon Lam, a t-shirt designer and illustrator from Malaysia, imagined how superheroes might make a little extra cash in his series Part Time Jobs.
David Luraschi is a Paris-based photographer, and his landscape photography is beautiful.
Ten more fun and creative ways that brands are using Pinterest.
Back in 2007, Chris Piascik challenged himself to create one drawing per day, and he recently hit the 1,500th milestone
Yuki Ariga produced this animated short for Japanese paper manufacturer Nepia.
The Tyee crowdfunds its goal to go national, an increase in magazine readership and Google launches some competition for Flipboard.
Rolling Stone Italy paid tribute to the late Lou Reed with this inside cover.
Inc.'s editor-in-chief talks about the magazine's redesign, Next Issue kicks off a holiday marketing campaign and Forbes is up for sale.
Photographer Oleg Oprisco's series "Emotive Portraits" is stunning.
We're super excited to let you know that Unbound Media is now available as an iOS app.
This week, Akshay demonstrates how to retrieve deleted content within the Agility CMS Platform.
Thomas Julien, a French filmmaker, has taken 852 Instagram photos – each one from a different user – and turned them into a two-minute stop-motion video.
Smaller, independent magazines are turning to sites like Kickstarter and IndieGoGo to crowdfund their editorial missions. We've rounded up five of the top campaigns.
Alexandre Korobov, an illustrator based in Paris, is responsible for these amazing fashion illustrations.
Maria Hergueta is an artist/illustrator based in Barcelona, Spain.
The 22 most niche magazines, the winners of the 2013 COPAs are announced and Bill Gates guest edits the December issue of Wired.
The New York Times Magazine's cover features a head of broccoli getting a makeover.
Yaser Almajed is a photographer based in Dammam, Saudi Arabia.
Jon Reinfurt's illustrations have been featured in the Wall Street Journal, Reader's Digest, Runner's World and more.
We rounded up ten of the most awesome magazines that this country has to offer.
Marton Perlaki is not only a photographer, he's the co-founder and photo director of award-winning magazine The Room.
LA-based artist Sasha Vinogradova recently posted different styles of Russian folk painting.
Vice goes gonzo, Cosmo's editor explains why digital is good for magazines and Pitchfork launches a weekly magazine-style app.
Bloomberg Businessweek's latest cover is so good. They changed the logo to make everything portray the same sophisticated look and feel.
The Next Issue app brightens the future of the magazine industry, publishers try to close the mobile revenue gap and Forbes predicts the top technology trends of 2014.
Russian artist Nataliya's series "The Last Supper" cleverly utilizes the crease of her sketchbook to bring her quirky illustrations to life.
This week, Akshay demonstrates how easily the top navigation of the Agility CMS Platform can be customized.
Cultural Trip is a series by fashion designer and illustrator Mago Dovjenki that portrays fashion and culture icons.
Pinterest has become the place for brands to have fun and get creative with consumer engagement. Some of the most entertaining and informative pinboards were made and are curated by brands.
The AVByte Brothers produced a musical all about procrastination, and it stars familiar YouTube faces like iJustine, Hannah Hart and Tom Milson.
Caras Ionut, photo artist, builds surreal landscapes and portraits in Photoshop
Time Inc. makes its titles available to Flipboard, publishers ignore Google Plus and the evolution of community management.
Chris McVeigh's series LEGO Brick Sketches recreates favorite pop culture characters.
BoSacks talks about appointment consumption, and Bauer launches a Kardashian-free magazine for women in the 40+ age bracket.
Javier Perez, an illustrator and art director based in Ecuador, has been posting these fun and quirky illustrations to Instagram.
Paola Marotta is a fashion illustrator and designer based in London, UK.
Indie fashion magazines have an edge on the mainstream when it comes to creativity. Indies have no boundaries in photography, styling and editorial content.
North Carolina-based artist Hannah Dansie's collages bring vintage photos back to life with bursting geometric rainbows.
Top magazine execs agree that the industry isn't living up to its potential in native advertising, the editorial skills that matter today and planning a new social strategy to keep up with audiences.
Pentatonix produced an a cappella medley of Queen B's greatest hits.
Condé Nast ends its internship program, the demise of the magazine app and the 2013 glossy a-list.
College Humor re-imagined book titles with click-bait buzzword blog post headers.
This week's question is a common one that often gets sent to support. A lot of users want to know how to change the format of the date as it appears within articles.
Alex G, YouTube singer and songwriter, teamed up with Peter Hollens for this amazing a cappella medley of Disney classics.
We've rounded up ten of the top drool-worthy foodies magazines.
Last week, the results of the 2013 Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition were announced.
Zomeravonden (Summer Evenings) is this year's winner of Brussels in Shorts, an international graphic story competition.
Bon Appetit named magazine of the year, Flipboard wants to help publishers and Dr. Oz gears up the launch of his own Hearst magazine.
Baltimore-based photographer Perry Manuk's series "Constructed Spaces".
BuzzFeed founder talks balancing long form and listicles, guideposts to plan for the future of publishing and New York magazine considers going biweekly.
Kerby Rosanes is an illustrator, and he recently posted a collection of sketches from his Moleskine notebook on Behance.
Comedian Patton Oswalt parodies TED talks in this trailer for Conan O'Brien's new web series.
Brands have jumped on the Vine bandwagon to have fun with the social network.
YouTube prankster and magician UC Magic tricked people sitting on a bench into believing that they'd sat on wet paint.
Jeen Na is a photographer based in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
Flipboard reaches 90 million users, Sports Illustrated tests a new paywall and Meredith Corp. goes big with augmented reality push.
Aitch is an artist and illustrator based in Romania.
BoSacks puts the publishing industry in perspective, why tablet magazines are a failure and Online Audience Optimization trumps SEO.
Slacktory's newest supercut features TV and film characters freaking out when they find cats in unexpected places.
This week's Ask Akshay walks through the steps of setting up alert notifications within Agility.
Kylli Sparre gave up her career as a professional ballet dancer to pursue photography. Her past career has definitely influenced in her conceptual work.
More and more magazines are announcing new e-commerce platforms as part of their strategies to generate revenue online.
Grumpy Cat is featured on the cover of New York Magazine's October 7th issue.
The European Space Agency updates its Observing the Eartharchive every week with images of Earth captured by satellites.
Newsweek's new editor-in-chief talks saving the magazine, Rogers Media teams up with Best Buy for a new publication and Domino magazine relaunches under brand new ownership.
Ricky Gervais explains his writing process in the first installment of Fast Company's series "Creation Stories".
BoSacks pens Meredith as print's poster child, how to make money in publishing using augmented reality and why Next Issue won't solve all of the industry's problems.
Benoit Courti has been working as a professional portrait and art photographer since 2010. He was previously a music composer before deciding to switch gears.
Variety magazine's "Power of Women" issue includes five different covers.
National Geographic is celebrating its 125th birthday this month, and the magazine is celebrating with a special anniversary issue featuring its most iconic photos.
Chris McLennan is a commercial photographer based in New Zealand. He specializes in wildlife, as well as travel, tourism and adventure photography.
"Fashion in Leaves" is Malaysian artist Tang Chiew Ling's ongoing project that incorporates different kinds of leaves and flowers in fashion illustrations.
An argument for the value of reader comments, GE and Atlantic Media push the boundaries of branded journalism and Business Insider's CEO believes that we're in the golden age of media.
Filmmaker Gioacchino Petronicce's latest short stop-motion video, "PICTURES", was pieced together using 80,000 photos taken over the past few years of friends, family and travel.
Discussions include frustration over the lack of resources for designing digital magazines, defining social media in a couple of words and Popular Science magazine disabling comments on its website.
Mr. Magazine interviews Esquire editor David Granger, the casualties of Time Inc.'s spinoff from Time Warner and the key to success is going digital-first.
Sandrine Kerfante created the Tumble twin-niwt, a collection of curated twin-like photos.
This week, Akshay walks through the steps of customizing a category landing page using the Article Listing module.
Jonathan Koshi took pop culture icons, like Kermit the Frog and Lego men, and put a Day of the Dead spin on them by turning them into Sugar Skulls.
Ten of the best iPad magazine editions currently available to download from the App Store.
The AVbyte Brothers are paying tribute to Twitter in song.
Reuben Wu, a London-based photographer, documented a trip to the States by shooting its most gorgeous landmarks for his series "Cross Country".
The New Republic plans to combat gender disparity within its male-dominated readership, Nancy Gibbs is named top editor of TIME magazine and The Daily Beast works towards a future without Tina Brown.
We've featured Brussels-based illustrator Raphael Vicenzi's work before. He keeps posting great artwork on his Behance profile, so he's back.
Bonnie Fuller's HollywoodLife.com gains traction, how publishers define mobile-first and what content marketing means to the journalism industry.
The Instrumentals, a new video series from cdza, features a musician telling a story through solos. The first episode stars Mark Sidney Johnson performing 28 guitar solos from the past 50 years.
Brianne DiAngelo, Magazine Canada's communications manager, is our latest Insider Interview.
Chatelaine is pairing up with retailer Target for a bonus 13th issue titled Chatelaine Shops Target.
Brock Baker, YouTube's "Man of Kajillion Voices" performs 12 Muppet voices in one minute.
Hyper realistic illustrations by Italian artist Marcello Barenghi.
Time Inc. purchases American Express Co's publishing division, PEOPLE launches a new content category and Allure scores big ad pages for its Best of Beauty issue.
Julien Conquentin is French photographer. His series, "Please Draw Me a Wall" features interesting scenes of street art.
Why some publishers haven't gone mobile yet, the best social media monitoring tools available and the print vs digital debate rages on.
Tina Brown is leaving The Daily Beast, the New Yorker tries out native advertising and Rolling Stone takes full advantage of sales from its controversial Tsarnaev cover.
Cover Junkie just posted a bunch of really great Adbusters magazine covers. Adbusters,The Journal of the Mental Environment, is an activist magazine with a circulation of 120,000.
This week, Akshay shows you how to bookmark links to the homepage of Agility.
German photographer Martin Klimas shot these gorgeous flower explosions.
So many magazines got makeovers in 2013. Revamped logos, face-lifted cover layouts and brand new websites were all unveiled this year. We rounded up this year's top 10 most improved magazines.
Annette Jung remade Michael Jackson's "Thriller" music video using just Lego.
Claire Softley is a UK-based artist/illustrator.
British Vogue enters the classroom to teach students about magazines, Time Inc. tries to lure in advertisers with reader data and Details taps bloggers for native ad content.
This music video, by Norwegian duo Ylvis, has amassed nearly 11 million views since it was uploaded on the third of September.
Fashion magazines are targeting teens, Vanity Fair turns 100 and Jeff Bezos doesn't have a plan to save the Washington Post.
Photographer Joseph Ford created these mashups of aerial landscapes and fashion photography.
Comic book enthusiast and collage artist Mike Alcantara recreated DC Comics characters using only recycled comic books and glue.
The magazine with the most digital subscribers, People magazine preps for launch of new pricing model and Rolling Stone gears up for branded content.
Slacktory just posted this supercut of people almost kissing in movies.
The Washington Post is selling native ads for print, AdWeek ponders Tina Brown's future and why men's magazines are beating out their female counterparts when it comes to content.
Jay Z premiered his latest video, Holy Grail featuring Justin Timberlake, on Facebook yesterday.
This week's inquiry is in regards to the main navigation of an Agility website, and how to make changes to it.
Ciara snagged the cover of Paper magazine's September issue. She taught the staff how to twerk during her cover shoot, and the magazine recently released video of the shenanigans.
We rounded up the top 10 magazines that have ditched print and are keeping it strictly digital.
Celebrity photographer Matt Hoyle's new book Comic Genius: Portraits of Funny People features 130 photos of icons like Carol Burnett and Dick Van Dyke, as well as today's stars like Andy Samberg and Sarah Silverman.
Seven covers are better than one. So, Interview magazine recently released as many for its Fall 2013 "Model Issue".
BuzzFeed's guide to good GIFs, InStyle debuts a button-up shirt line and highly interactive, touchable stories may be the next big thing for journalism.
Cinderella + Beyoncé = Cinderoncé.
How to increase visibility for niche magazines, the benefits of direct mail to gain new subscribers and the words and phrases that editors find the most irritating.
The New Yorker dives in to its archives, Condé Nast teams up with Amazon for a new subscriber service and British Vogue nets its most profitable year ever.
London-based photographer Nick Ballon recently posted a collection of his photographs that were commissioned for magazine covers on Behance.
This week's Insider Interview features Brian Trinh, Travel Editor of The Huffington Post Canada.
Ben Garvin, a Minneapolis-based photographer, posted this stop-motion video of crazy beard tricks.
For a more in depth peek in to the fashion magazine industry, it's fun to see what editors are up to on Instagram, what inspires them and what goes in to the making of the final editorial product.
Vogue started a viral trend when it instagrammed a picture of Anna Wintour posing behind the magazine's September issue. The hashtag #Voguestagram took off right away.
These watercolor portraits by American artist Lisa Krannichfeld are part of her series "Glass Menagerie".
Ad Age rounds up the most successful movies inspired by works of journalism, GQ teams up with Fiat to release a special edition car and Gawker redesigns to improve display ad CPM.
Lady Gaga appears on the cover of V Magazine four times for its Fall 2013 issues.
The NFL's fashion magazine takeover, celebrity weeklies cash in on royal baby news and Time Inc. looks to the future.
Erik Witsoe is a photographer based in Poznan, Poland.
Akshay explains how to enable login with Facebook, Twitter and other social networks to leave a comment on your website.
Ever wondered what Instagram would look like if Disney princesses used it? B for Bel created these Instagram posts, and they're hilarious.
The magazine industry is so exciting in August. It's when all the fashion glossies release their highly anticipated September issues – 600+ page tomes of fashion ads and editorials fronted by their best cover of the year. We've rounded up the ten best that 2013 has to offer.
Christina Bianco performs "Total Eclipse of the Heart" doing the impersonations of 19 different divas.
Artist Rubens Cantuni's personal project "Happily Melting Portraits" features pop culture icons.
Wired officially launches a new native advertising team, an argument for shuttering the Washington Post's printing press and journalism video games are now a thing.
DDB produced a campaign, "Kenya Bucket List, in which they fulfilled 4-year-old Nkaitole's hopes and dreams.
Brooklyn-based photographer Phil Knott has had his work featured in the New York Times, Vibe, Spin and more.
A supercut of Sandy Cohen's love advice from The O.C.
QuirkBooks created this series of ice cream inspired by books.
Lily Collins graces two covers for Elle Canada's September issue.
One Direction fans rage war on GQ, People finds success with Royal baby cover and The Huffington Post delves deeper into sponsored content.
Last week, Jimmy Fallon, Robin Thicke and The Roots played "Blurred Lines" using classroom instruments in the Late Night "Music Room".
Rolling Stone's controversial cover boosts sales, tablet editions fail to be a cure-all for publishing and content continues to rule as king across all mediums.
Akshay walks through the steps of adding a new user to an Agility instance.
Simón Prades is a freelance illustrator living and working in Saarbrücken, Germany. He teaches illustration at the university of applied sciences in Treir.
For those of you who couldn't make it out to our "Get Digital: Create Great Content" event, here are 10 takeaways from the panel discussion that are great to keep in mind when producing online content.
Capitol Children's Choir covered "Untrust Us" by Crystal Castles, replacing synth and percussion using only their voices and hands.
Canadian artist and curator Randy Grskovic rearranges family photos in to geometric abstractions for his series "Found Photographs".
A recap of Agility's fourth Get Digital panel discussion, featuring the topic of creating great content for an online audience.
The New Yorker's Anthony Weiner cover receives praise, Nick Denton blurs the line between reader and writer and Canadian Living gets a makeover.
Artist Red Hong Yi has started a new series of birds made with flower petals and leaves.
Free York rounded up the most expensive photographs ever, ones that sold for millions of dollars.
Vogue wins the September ad pages contest, Digiday explores the payoff of viral covers and the editor of Amor talks about mainstream magazines.
This week's example of responsive design is CSS Zen Garden.
Art Director and Multimedia Designer Federico Mauro created this collection of famous shoes.
BBDO Shanghai placed cell phones in random places around the city as a marketing stunt for Time Out Shanghai.
The top ten magazines, just for men, currently on the newsstand.
In addition to commercial work for Wired, Audi and Jim Beam, photographer Jakob Wagner shoots wide-angle ariel shots.
Ali Graham's Tumblr, 99 Problems, features illustrations of Jay-Z and his grievances as he explains them in his lyrics.
Condé Nast launches Vanity Fair channel, Instagram content can now be embedded and paidContent explores group buying for paywalled articles.
Barcelona-based illustrator Chidy Wayne uses pencil, watercolor and ink for editorials, ads, books and portraits.
Vittorio Ciccarelli is a Naples-based photographer.
We've posted about Flare's Fashion/Illustrations pin board before. But since then there's been a whole new crop of amazing fashion illustrations, so we decided to do it again.
This week's Ask Akshay covers how to move content.
The Pet Collective produced a parody of Mad Men, and they describe it best, "In the world of Catvertising on Catison Avenue these cats are the cats meow and cats pajamas at making catvertisements. Cats cats cats... cats."
Director collective CANADA hooked up with The Creators Project to create Phoenix's latest music video.
This video of bridesmaid Jennifer Gabrielli preforming an amazing toast at her sister's wedding recently went viral.
Esquire experiments with a paywall, Digiday explores publishing volumes and a study examines the changing roles of magazines from a product to a service.
Todrick Hall teamed up with boy band IM5 to find out what would happen if Disney princes teamed up to get their One Direction on.
Silvia Grav, a photographer based in Madrid, specializes in conceptual photography. Below are shots from her series of black and white manipulations.
Not all magazine videos are created equal. The best ones are the videos produced as part of a series. Here are the top ten online video series produced by magazines.
Julia Pott is a British illustrator living in Brooklyn, NY.
Joey Shanks recreated the classic Star Trek teleport effect using Christmas Lights. And it's pretty cool.
Publishers push multiple magazine covers, Glam Media hits it big and PopSugar launches a blog network.
This week's example of responsive design comes from Dadaab Stories.
Peter Arkle illustrated Time Magazine's "The pursuit of happiness" cover, it's special summer double issue.
Today's Ask Akshay video answers the question of how to edit photos in Agility.
Portland-based artist Souther Salazar mixes watercolor and collage for these quirky pieces.
The Cut compiled Peggy Olson's trajectory from secretary in season one of Mad Men to head copy writer in the sixth season that just wrapped.
paidContent gets serious about internet-famous cats, Elle's editor in chief defends women's magazines and iPad editions see a boost in ads.
This week's example of responsive design is Trent Walton.
It's officially the first Friday of Summer. That's why this Huffington Post Magazine cover, with artwork by Toby and Pete, is perfect.
1A4 Studio produces these 60 second movie recap animations. Their latest is Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas.
We rounded up some of the best magazines featuring musicians on their covers.
"Sky Ridges and Other Ridges" by Becky Comber is a series that was funded by the Ontario Arts Council, an agency of the Government of Ontario.
BuzzFeed makes moves to become a serious news outlet, Heart gains a million digital subscribers and Digiday rounds up the sponsored content strategies of top publishers.
This week's example of responsive design is Contents Magazine.
Debbie Harry, probably one of the coolest people in whole entire world, covers Fabulous Magazine's The Age Issue.
Toronto's Matthew Tammaro has an amazing portfolio.
Ekaterina Panikanova layers paintings across large spreads of old books.
Artist John Atkinson illustrated exactly how blogging works using a street post.
I'm just going to quote Bill Nye for this one. "Science rules!" Enjoy this little science experiment with salt and metal plate.
This ad for Cesar Dog Food will make you feel things.
Photographer Amani Willet captures life on New York City Streets.
A roundup of the ten best special issues that magazines release every year.
Today's Ask Akshay video answers the question of how to embed YouTube videos.
These illustrations by Erica Rose Levine are done completely in pencil. They take anywhere from two weeks to a month to create.
Corona has a reason for you to drink every single day of the year, and a coaster to match.
This week's example of responsive design is A Book Apart.
This supercut of 77 Hollywood dance scenes, set to "The Safety Dance" remix, is SO good.
Illustrations by Masako Miki, a California-based artist.
Enjoy this animal dub video, made by Dane Boe, and brighten up your Wednesday.
Candice Sedighan, a young up-and-coming artist based in Los Angeles, has a portfolio that mainly consists of Champ, her adorable golden retriever.
Big advertisers flock to big gossip sites, Adweek chats with Rolling Stone's Jann Wenner and Esquire launches a weekly publication.
This week's example of responsive design is retailer Nixon.
Matthew Clarke created this video of actual conversations with his 2-year-old daughter re-enacted by him and another full-grown man.
Supermodel Cindy Crawford covers Harper's Bazaar Spain.
Ten stunning examples of illustrated magazine covers.
Anthony Zinonos is a UK-based artist who specializes in collages.
AlmapBBDO produced this campaign for Getty Images that follows a love story from childhood to adulthood.
This week's responsive design example comes from General Electric.
Michael Douglas appears on the May 20th issue of New York magazine rocking a bit of sparkly purple eyeshadow in promotion of his HBO movie Behind the Candelabra.
Extremely Decent is a sketch comedy group based in LA. They produced this funny video portraying what it feels like when Facebook makes changes and updates.
Photographer Lesley Ann Ercolanos seems to always be in the right place at the right time to capture brilliant shots.
Enjoy this collection of illustrations and shirt designs by Belgium's Jacques & Lise.
Mad Men gives a lesson in social media marketing, tips on what images get the most shares on social and BuzzFeed introduces reaction GIFs.
This week's example of responsive design comes from Global News.
Adam Patch created this animated video of his wife's drunken rambling, and it's awesome.
Google pulls on some heartstrings with their newly released Mother's Day video.
Ten examples of brands using Instagram to have fun and engage consumers.
Photographer Ben Grieme has always been drawn to documentary photography and he likes to create environments and spaces that people can feel comfortable letting their guard down.
Bas Waijers, a Brooklyn-based graphic designer, enhances his city photography with doodles.
ESPN: The Magazine tries sponsored content in print, the Huffington Post brings real-time native advertising to its homepage and publishers take a hit in search traffic.
This week's example of responsive design is Starbucks.
Ever wondered what happened to Woody of Toy Story fame? No worries, he's on Instagram now thanks to @camposwell.
Melodie Jeng, a Cincinniti native, moved to New York City to study photography. She found her niche in street style and she's been snapping photos for The NYC Streets blog. She is also currently working with Details and models.com.
George Bokhua, a Georgia-based artist, created these cute animals by playing with negative space.
Reasons to stop ignoring Google+, how search engines are about to change and the five mistakes that publishers are making in mobile.
This week's example of responsive design comes from Metro, a daily newspaper in the UK.
The cover of May issue of Boston Magazine features belonging to the runners of the 2013 Boston Marathon arranged in the shape of a heart.
Toronto-based designer Ryan MacArthur created this minimalist poster series featuring inspirational quotes.
For those of you who couldn't make it to our 'Get Digital' panel discussion, here are ten takeaways that our digital experts shared and are great to have in your digital arsenal.
Photographer Matt Molloy lives on the shore of Lake Ontario, just east of Toronto. Molloy's been photographing the shoreline for over three years and decided to change it up one day by experimenting with time-lapse by taking hundreds of photos as the sun and clouds move through the sky. He then digitally stacked the photos on top of one another to created a really cool, smeared effect.
Henrique Folster produced graphic design bumpers for MY MTV.
Canadian Business hits a home run with long-form, Condé Nast branches out and People moves away from Hollywood gossip.
Jezebel, a Gawker network blog, recently got a responsive design makeover.
Carey Mulligan, star of The Great Gatsby, is Vogue's newest cover girl. She appears in the magazine as Daisy, her character in the film. Check out the behind-the-scenes video below.
We love these double exposed portraits by Portland-based photographer Sarah K. Byrne.
The folks over at Volkswagen are SEO geniuses. They turned search results into an organic, visual advertisement. Then they made a video about it.
Beth Hoeckel, a Baltimore-based multidisciplinary artist, works full-time to create mixed media paintings and collages. Her work has been featured in Rookie Magazine.
Glamour launches a month-long series of Google Hangouts, Wired thrives twenty years in and The Nation kicks off a successful subscriber campaign.
This week's Responsive Design Example is illustrator Daniel Vane's website.
Rookie Magazine's regular series "Ask a Grown Woman" and "Ask a Grown Man" feature famous grownups answering questions sent in by the magazine's teen readers. This episode features Thom Yorke of Radiohead and producer Nigel Godrich.
Jack Hughes, a freelance illustrator based in London, is heavily influenced by mid-century design. His work looks like it came straight from an episode of Mad Men.
Some magazine covers will be remembered forever. Here are ten that have achieved iconic status through controversy, breaking new ground or serving as a symbol of the time they were published.
American photographer Randy P. Martin describes his style as 'Travel Documentation'.
La Tigre, an independent media studio based in Milan, produces these illustrations for IL Magazine's cultural column Rane.
Great Reads is all about journalism this week. paidContent's Matthew Ingram asks why it's so hard to accept serious journalism from BuzzFeed, Digiday explores incentive-based compensation systems for editorial staff and Nieman Journalism Lab reports on the biggest collaboration of journalists in history.
Ginger Whale is a website that aids in teaching children how to read by making it fun through interaction and allowing the ability to shape each story.
Artist Akshan Honarvar collaborated with photographer Alex Wessley for Dash magazine editorial. The theme of the project is, "Excess in Minimalism".
Cossette, a Canadian agency, recently launched a series of Instagram accounts that simulate a silent film when scrolled through in slideshow mode. The Instagram silent films were released to promote the Toronto Silent Film Festival.
Vancouver-based Emmy Lou Virginia specializes in lifestyle photography, and she only uses natural light.
Dublin-based freelance illustrative designer Steve Simpson specializes in packaging design and illustrations for children's books.
New York Magazine launches an interactive app, GQ lets readers personalize theirs, The Dish changes its paywall and Pocket is helping out publishers with a new program.
SB Nation, sports blog, is this week's example of responsive design.
Brock Davis is awesome. This is the second time we've featured him on Unbound Media. He's back with some new work.
This video just lists things from the 90's. Therefore, it's awesome.
Niche is always better when it comes to magazines, especially now. Here are the ten best niche magazines, created especially for the utmost eccentric and dedicated readers.
Chilean artist Jose Romussi combines photography and embroidery in his Dancer series.
Marcelo Caceres, a graphic designer by trade, dabbles in photography on the side.
Why magazines should act more like Netflix, the New York Times thinks like a retailer and Buzzfeed expands its native advertising network.
The Discovery Channel paired up with ship manufacturers Maersk for this timelapse of the construction of the biggest ship in the world.
Freelance illustrator Charles Williams designed this typography for financial publication Economia Magazine.
Freelance videographer Hengki Koentjoro practices black and photography part time.
Spiros Halaris, London-based illustrator and art director has worked for ELLE, Dolce and Gabbana, Revlon and many others.
Condé Nast debuts brand new original video content, publishers toy with ebooks and how to capitalize on mobile trends.
This week in responsive design is the original skinny tie store, aptly named Skinny Ties.
Have you ever wondered what happens to a Disney princess once they've achieved their happy ending? Find out in Jon Cozart's parody, 'After Ever After'.
Spanish painter and illustrator Fernando Vicente was commissioned by Gentleman Magazine to create these editorial illustrations.
Instagram has become a go-to spot for many brands to build communities, start conversations and bolster online visibility. One of the most common and easiest ways to achieve a lively and engaged Instagram community is with a photo contest. It's pretty simple. It involves a branded hashtag (or two), user-submitted photos related to a theme of your choosing and a prize.
Brooklyn-based photographer Bobby Doherty used to intern at VICE. He's since graduated on to build up quite the portfolio.
Creative agency Derooted has teamed up with photographer and engineer Javier Lovera. Together they're exploring digital mapping photography and recently collaborated for the fourth annual BMW Art Auction in support of the Air Canada Foundation.
Digiday explores how publishers are using photos to make money, Fortune is writing original content for brands and Mashable finds out how publications are fairing with digital subscriptions.
Joël Penkman is a graphic designer and painter specializing in food art. I especially like his work involving teacups.
To celebrate Science Day in India, Kapil Bhagat posted this series of Scientists and their inventions or discoveries.
Smithsonian Magazine recently announced the finalists of its 10th Annual Photo Contest. Editors narrowed down over 37,000 submissions to the top 50. Finalists were separated into five categories - The Natural World, People, Travel, American and Altered Images.
The Huffington Post changes up its sponsored content business, arguing over the merits of native advertising and the secrets that publishers don't want brands to know.
This week's example of responsive design is Made By Hand, a video project from the Bureau of Common Goods.
Raphael Vicenzi is an illustrator based in Brussels. His work has been featured in Illustration Now! 3, The Beautiful and many others.
Have a look at these tree portraits by Martin Stavars taken in infra-red with exposure times from 240 to 600 seconds.
As online publications get creative with their advertising efforts, many are turning to sponsored content to get their advertisers' message quickly and directly to audiences. Here are five online publications doing sponsored content the right way.
Annette Jung, a Berlin-based animator, captures Michael Jackson's signature dance moves only using Lego blocks.
Jon Widman, a Korean-born American artist, paints books, magazines, records and chipmunks.
Why 'iconic' as a business model is doomed to fail, staffing the newsroom with developers and Forbes' new revenue model.
This week, we're taking a break from Internship Diaries to talk about our own intern needs.
Yuko Shimizu is an award winning Japanese illustrator based out of New York City.
Accent Magazine, an online photography journal that tells stories through different series, launched last week.
Self magazine re-brands itself, the New York Times explores a Junior edition and Hearst announces some big changes.
Hearst announced that all of its digital publications will be revamped as responsive within the next few months. Road & Track is one of the first to launch.
This short love story was shot, produced and directed by Wriggles and Robins on a chilly evening in February.
Fashion retailer Anthropologie boasts over 250,000 Instagram followers thanks to a successful community-building strategy that the brand employs on the image-centric social network.
Artist Victor Melamed recently posted a collection of portraits that he was commissioned to create for Rolling Stone Moscow on Behance. The artwork is from 2007-2012.
Check out these lovely photos by Kisik Pyo, a photographer based in Seoul, Korea.
GE finds success with it's own spin on a viral meme, 20 reasons why you should be on Pinterest and Slate magazines' newest incarnation.
Take a gander at these lovely illustrations by British artist Katherine Tromans.
This isn't our first (or second) post about e-commerce and it likely won't be the last. More and more magazines are finding creative ways to cash in using editorial content – and here are ten on them.
Molson knows how to make a commercial.
Photographer Jerome Brunet placed first in the International Photography Awards last year and won the 2013 PDN Ultimate Music Moment Award. And he's snapped some impressive shots of the biggest musicians.
This week's 'Great Reads' includes the online renaissance of longform sports journalism, a Q&A with Forbes' chief product officer Lewis D'Vorkin and the ins and outs of a good magazine cover.
President Barack Obama's official website is this week's featured example of responsive design.
I don't usaully have two Magazine Creative posts lined up for the same week, but this one was to good to wait until after the weekend. Andrew Nielson, former Art Director of SF Weekly, just posted all his work – creative magazine covers – on Flikr.
Robert Townsend, a Los Angeles-based pop realist artist, paints all things vintage – but it's his work depicting sugary sweets that I especially enjoy.
New York-based photographer Mark Hartman is known for his portrait and landscape shots, and he's done editorial work.
I first found John Holcroft's editorial illustrations via Visual News, and they described his work best in one word – smart. He uses humour, metaphors and a bunch of talent to illustrate the theme of each story.
This week in Great Reads, Gawker gets serious about e-commerce, a lesson from the book industry and Vice performs an impressive feat.
Tattly, an online temp tattoo retailer, has a pretty cool responsive site.
To promote its launch in the Netherlands, TNT released a second 'Push to Ad Drama' viral ad campaign.
A pop-up editorial by Carolin Wanitzek for a story for a story called 'Die Traditionelle Tote Tiere Tombola'.
Photographer Amanda Jasnowski shoots fashion editorials for magazines like Veine and Fixation but I really like here personal work. This Instagram series documents her daily like by featuring hands.
We love these light installations by artist Barry Underwood. Each full-scale installation is built on-site where Underwood than snaps a photo of his bright creation against a natural landscape.
Disney's website is this week's featured example of responsive design.
This week's 'Great Reads' features a lesson in sponsored-content from Scientology, how Facebook's Graph Search can benefit publishers and magazines that are taking advantage of the iPad.
San Francisco-based artist Neta Metlukh has had work featured in GQ, the Wall Street Journal, Men's Health and many others.
Facebook may have declared war on Google this week, but Wired magazine is the one coming out of this thing with a win. The magazine published a 4000-word feature on its website, shortly after Facebook’s unveiled Graph Search, with exclusive details on all the work that went into it. This big exclusive will never see the glossy pages of print.
This dreamy series of photos by French photographer depicts old buildings in Paris suspended in mid-air.
Samir Husni - or Mr. Magazine as he may be better known - recently posted his 2013 Manifesto, 'Publishing is Believing and 12 Other Mantras of Wisdom'. 'Timeless Collectability' is this year's mantra.
Inspired by old French movies, the '50s, '60s and celestial objects, Ceren Kilic created these lovely silhouettes and collages using all kinds of bits and pieces from all over the place.
Shedoesthecity, an online women's lifestyle mag, recently revamped its site to work across all platforms.
Each week Unbound will roundup the best of the blogs regarding all things publishing and content marketing. We're kicking of this new feature with some great tips for your content marketing efforts, the heroic plans that the New York Times has in store and how reader comments can make advertising dollars.
Modcloth recently released news on its performance over the last year with an infographic. The online clothing and accessories retailer had a great year. Over a million orders were shipped out before the clock ran out on 2012 and grew the number of designers that they sell and share with consumers up to 1,200.
Artist Ernest Zacharevic creates really interesting street art by using both painted murals and physical objects.
Highlighting feature content and photos, breathing new life into older content and quickly responding to news and events are the top benefits of Tumblr for magazines. Here are ten titles that use Tumblr to the best of its abilities.
I came across this British Vogue editorial on Behance and it immediately my caught attention. Artist Alexandra Bruel was commissioned to create a jewelry set design for the December Pop Issue.
Brock Davis shared his favorite iPhone snaps from 2012 and the surreal shots are fun and quirky.
TIME is the latest magazine to be featured as an example of Responsive Design.
Mary Kate McDevitt's fun and charming pieces are just what one needs for cheering up on a freezing cold and grey Friday.
James Bennett's quirky illustrations have appeared as covers and editorial art for publications like the New York Times, Forbes, Time, Sports Illustrated and many others.
Korean photographer Hasisi Park shoots nature, fashion spreads and everyday encounters. Her work has been commissioned by brands like Converse and Urban Outfitters.
Nike posted this video, Hockey Is Ours, on YouTube earlier this week as a little reminder that you can't take hockey away from Canada.
At the end of every year YouTube creates a list called YouTube Rewind which shows all the the top trending videos from around the globe. And this is the official Rewind video, a mash-up and collaboration of YouTube's biggest moments and stars from the past year.
Vancouver-based photographer Vishal Marapon captures beautiful scenes of west coast landscapes, including the bright and beautiful Northern Lights.
Artist Kendra Dandy, aka Bouffants & Broken Hearts, creates some really beautiful patterns and pieces.
Canadian Business, the third Rogers Media title to go responsive, launched its new and improved site last week.
Russian-based Rodion Kitaev has a really impressive portfolio of editorial illustrations. They could make even the most boring of articles interesting.
The brilliant people over at Luckie + Company, an ad agency in Birmingham, created the site Luckie Elf, a photo tribute to Elf, the movie. The agency will donate $25 to a children's charity every time someone Instagrams a photo, with the appropriate hashtag, of themselves reenacting a scene from the movie Elf.
Moscow-based photographer Vitaly "Skywalker" Raskalov climbs the tallest structures that he can find and snaps shots from the very top for an eagle's eye view effect.
Unboxing videos – or geek porn – are essentially consumer reviews of phones, tablets, computers and the like. This nerdy trend first started to gain traction back in February 2006 when Flickr user Josh Bancroft uploaded a series of unboxing photos of his new MacBook Pro. It wasn't long before unboxing videos became regular features on many tech blogs.
Rogers Media recently updated two of its publications with a responsive design. One was Chatelaine, which was previously featured on Unbound Media, and the the second is Flare.
The GIF is 25 years old. Sean Pecknold produced this stop motion film to celebrate.
Polish-based artist Maja Wrońska recreated these lovely urban scenes in New York, Paris, Prague and Venice with watercolors.
About 600 people registered to attend nextMEDIA, which wrapped earlier this week with the Digi Awards. But before the glitz and glamor of the awards show, Canada's top digital executives congregated at the Carlu for two full days of learning about what's next in media and advertising. Unbound Media caught up with Executive Director Mark Greenspan and a couple of panelists.
Who knew that Microsoft had a sense of humor? This Internet
Explorer ad and all of its quirky irony shows that they're aware of
their bad rep and all of the not-so-flattering IE memes that live on the
internet. And they're using it to their advantage.
Do Lectures is a speaker series that brings together regular people who take action. Their responsive site it clean, simple and inspiring.
Polish photographer Boguslaw Strempel wakes up early to capture the fog and mist as it floats above the valleys and mountains and away into the sunrise.
This Movember ad produced by TAXICanada proves that a mustache doesn't make you creepy.
The ISO, which develops and publishes International Standards, is this week's example of responsive design.
The Gap's new holiday campaign, 'Love Comes in Every Shade', features actors and musicians posing with loved ones to illustrate different kinds of love. The Gap is also inviting all shoppers to post their own 'Every Shades' photos on Pinterest and Instagram.
This is some pretty impressive – and free – advertising for Starbucks. Japanese artist Tomoko Shintani uses paper cups, and sometimes ceramic, as an extension of her sketchbook.
Smashing Magazine, an online publication for Web designers and developers, is the latest example of Responsive Design.
Photographer Nick Frank turns an everyday shopping center in to a beautiful architectural photography series.
A gallery of LA-based artist and photographer Ashlie Chavez's collages.
Viral video makers cdza are back with their latest musical opus, History of Misheard Lyrics'.
Our friends over at Magazines Canada have put together a handy toolkit of information and resources for magazine and other media professionals to help maximize the effectiveness of advertising.
The Waddington Custot Galleries in London are launching a new retrospective called Rock, Paper Scissors that features work from Sir Peter Blake, best known for his work on The Beatles' Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band album.
The Next Web just launched its new site and it has been penned "The Reader Edition" because it's simple, minimalistic and responsive.
New Zealand Airlines - also known as "airline of Middle-earth" produced 'An Unexpected Briefing', a new in-flight safety video inspired by The Hobbit.
Beautiful photos by conceptual artist Shelby Robinson.
An inspirational quote about working hard towards something from cowboy and vaudeville performer Will Rogers.
They say that a picture is worth a thousand words. But what about a pin? For magazines, a pin on Pinterest can be priceless.
Lola Dupré, a collage artist and illustrator based in Glasgow, creates kaleidoscopic collages and portraits using just glue, scissors and printed images.
Polygon is a website all about video games which was founded earlier this year in partnership with Vox Media.
Zombie fan? There's a mag for that.
The winners of the 2012 Veolia Environment Wildlife Photographer of the Year contest, run by the Natural History Museum and BBC Worldwide, were recently announced.
The most popular inspiration post on Unboud Media is a viral video made by a group of surfer dudes who found a clever new use for a tarp. So I found a new surf video.
It was a crowded house last night at the Canadian Online Publishing Awards (COPA) hosted by Amber Mac at the Hoxton. Unbound Media was their to present and chat with attendees to find out their favorite online initiative from the past year.
Old books come to life through Thomas Allen's artwork.
The Emerging Technology and Advertising 2012 event hosted by FITC was a day-long conversation about the impact that technology continues to have on brands. Unbound Media hit up the post event to find out what attendees enjoyed most about the day.
Microsoft recently went responsive with its website.
Two magazines worked together to create this amazing cover.
Enjoy these photos of Trotter, the best dressed dog on the internet.
Ashton Bikes produced this stunning video that pushes road biking to its limits and includes some pretty cool stunts.
Ever wondered how nerds express their love? This is how.
The Center for Investigative Reporting is the latest featured responsive site.
An inspirational quote about learning from philosopher George Santayana.
Eric Cahan's "Sky Series" beautifully captures the polychromatic phenomenon of sunrises and sunsets.
Our second Get Digital event is fast approaching. This time we'll be focussing on digital challenges specific to niche publications. Once again we have a great lineup of speakers as well as local artisan snacks, wine and beer. Register for free today!
Filmmaker Eran Amir made a pretty cool black and white video that slowly turns to color.
A wrap up of the sold-out Niche Digital Conference 2012 in Chicago where publishers of niche magazines gathered to learn and share how to generate online revenue.
The Sweet Hat Club is a sweet example of responsive design.
The latest video from travel site Expedia's "Find Yours" ad campaign has racked up over 300,000 views since it was posted to YouTube a couple of days ago.
The MailChimp tutorial series continues with a quick demo of how to check your integrations status.
Re-imagined covers for literary classics that combine collage and illustration by Christos Kourtoglou.
A video tutorial that demonstrates how to personalize your MailChimp campaign with merge tags.
An inspirational quote from Hall of Famer and former quarterback Roger Staubach .
This week's responsive design example comes from Google Cultural Institute, which serves to preserve culture online.
A quick video demo of how to schedule a campaign by MailChimp.
Nick McKaig and French barbershop vocalist Julien Neel (Trudbol) teamed up for this vocal arrangement.
Photographer and designer David Reeves created this photography series that features silhouette
scenes cut from paper.
The MailChimp tutorial series continues with a how-to on adding a link to an image.
Graphic designer and illustrator Luis Alves mixes patterns and textiles to create these really intricate illustrations.
The nothing but Toronto blog is this week's responsive design example.
Online retailers have been borrowing from magazines to create an editorial-like shopping experience for years. Using a model called “content and commerce”, retailers have integrated photo spreads and videos to inspire and instruct people to fill up their shopping carts.
Inspired by the challenge to create something handmade and by Bob Dylan's Subterranean Homesick Blues video, Leandro Senna recreated the video experimenting with typography.
A quick video demo of how to find the "send" button in your MailChimp account.
Photographer Alexey Bednij plays with light to create these shadow patterns.
The Phiadon Archive of Graphic Design is a new collection of graphic design images that changed and shaped popular culture - many of which happen to be magazine covers. The Guardian pulled their favorite ones.
Anyone who thinks the sky is the limit...
MailChimp is an easy-to-use email marketing and list manager tool - and the latest tutorial series to be featured on Unbound Media.
There has been a lot of news lately about magazines going through revamps and redesigns but The Walrus is one of the first to take a completely digital initiative by rolling out a new responsive site.
"I live for the nights that I'll never remember with the friends I'll never regret." False. Rainn Wilson explains why.
Check out About.com's responsive site.
Photographer Candice Milon put together an interesting editorial feature by recreating well-known outfits from iconic films.
Booooooom has teamed up with MTV and Sony Xperia for the "Made of Imagination" project and is asking people to build and submit their homemade instruments.
Online video – or at least how to do it well – is a topic that is often left out of the conversation about the great magazine migration to the digital landscape. Feature content, like the kind magazines are known for, is perfect for the transition to online video.
The latest inspirational quote via Steve Jobs.
Learn how to find keywords that Google recognizes as relevant to your site.
Each interesting piece by Hancock is constructed using paint, felt and illustration - mixed with color and whimsy.
Learn how to create new ad groups from Google Business.
Photographer David Johnson captured some impressive shots at the International Firework Show using a long exposure technique.
"Ball" is the latest video from film-making team Everyone and turns hundreds of ball and ball-shaped images into a visual poem.
The lastest responsive design example comes from the commuter-friendly newspaper.
"Small Things" is a lovely nature series by photographer Cally Whitham.
The Rotman Management Review got a makeover for its Fall 2012 release and is prepping for its first US release.
This installment of the Google AdWords tutorial features how to view first and top page bid estimates.
Inspiration according to Pablo Picasso.
Learn from Google Business about how to add negative keywords to an AdWords campaign.
Hiebing developed a new responsive site for Schneider National.
The AdWords tutorial series continues with a how-to on optimizing ad position.
The winning photographs from National Geographic's annual travel photo contest were announced this week and chosen from over 12,000 entries.
Culver's recently launched a new responsive site.
Google Business teaches you how to set location targets in AdWords.
Yahoo announced its newest project today, #HashOut, a social media talk show that will feature a variety of panelists who will partake in a conversation heavily influenced by social participation. The announcement comes the day after the launch of HuffPost Live, a live streaming web video news program.
Levi's recently launched its "Go Forth 2012" campaign with a new spoken word ad spot that serves as encouragement to be great, to be famous, to be shameless and to dress with a purpose .
Creativity according to artist Henri Matisse.
"In My Head" by Vincent Bourilhon captures the photographer's quirky imagination.
A step-by-step guide to create an AdWords Campaign from Google Business.
"Synthetic Landscapes" by Brooklyn-based artist Shane McAdams combines his unique ballpoint pen styling with landscape art.
The Google doodlers have been in the Olympic spirit since the games began but they've taken it up a notch this week by going interactive.
Muhammad Ali gets remixed to inspire the Olympic spirit.
This quick video from Simple Biz Support demonstrates how to link your Google Analytics account to Webmaster Tools.
The magazine's editors and experts are set to debut "Chatelaine Day" later this month on CityTV's daytime talk show Cityline.
"Distorted Gravity" is a dream-like series that suspends models mid-air in dream-like sequences.
This video tutorial walks through each step of submitting a site to Google Webmaster Tools.
The creative is the place where no one has ever been...
Artist Rich Pellegrino creates vibrant illustrations of pop culture's most recognizable figures from cult classic movie characters to musical icons.
Lucky Mag is set to launch a Pinterest-like aggregator next month of online-only User Generated Content in an effort to start and sustain engagement with readers.
Robert Jahns (or Nois7) has a unique editing style and his creative montages have won him over 25,000 followers on Instagram.
The second part of this Google Analytics video tutorial goes through performance metrics and conversion optimization techniques.
Free People, a women's fashion label, has integrated consumer's Instgram photos onto its product pages.
Musician Michael Andrews recently enlisted the help of high school students to illustrate over 3000 individual frames for his latest music video.
Verndale Media made this really helpful and easy to follow video tutorial that demonstrates how to set up a Google Analytics account and walks through all of the beginning basics.
"Either write something worth reading..."
Tribal motifs and 1990s party vibes come together in Maya Wild's excellent color pencil illustrations of musicians and other pop culture phenoms.
The final installment of Ryan Dorhn's DoubleClick for Publishers demonstrates how to run, export and email reports.
Chloe Aftel is an editorial and portrait photographer based in San Fancisco. Her work has been featured in Dazed and Confused, Harpers's Bazaar and Lula.
'Of Culture and Condos' is a documentary from Walrus TV's original online series that brings print stories to life in front of a camera.
The second last part of Ryan Dorhn's DoubleClick for Publishers video tutorial demonstrates how the program interacts with your site.
A lovely photography series by Oleg Oprisco.
The third part of Ryan Dorhn's DoubleClick for Publishers tutorial demonstrates how to edit and make changes to an order.
You can't use up creativity.
The second part of Ryan Dorhn's Double Click for Publishers tutorial explains how to load creative into an order.
Brooklyn-based artist Vik Muniz used torn and cut magazine pages to recreate these famous paintings by artists like Van Gogh and Manet.
Tate Media recently launched this awesomely absorbing and time-wasting online exhibition entitled The Gallery of Lost Art. It showcases significant artworks of the past century that have been stolen or destroyed or mysteriously disappeared.
Parisian photographer Franck Bohbot snapped this series at the Foire du Trône.
Oh Comely Magazine recently added a new user-generated content feature to its digital version. The 'Reader Photo of the Week' is posted every Friday on the Oh Comely blog. The photo has to show the magazine in a new context.
Ambition according to Oscar Wilde.
Japanese artist Nagai Hideyuki turned his sketchbook in an optical illusion by playing with light, shadow and perspective.
Alex Lee and Kyle Wightman of BRTHR Productions make their directorial debut with a great music video.
UK photographer and digital artist Andrew Brooks captures the still silence of nature and fleeting glimpses of calmness within urban settings in his Landscapes / Cityscapes series.
Uniqlo, a Japanese clothing brand, has cleverly changed the way Pinterest works for brands and advertisers by turning its Pinterest board into a scrolling animation.
FLAUNT released 'The Denim Issue', a special collector's edition, earlier this month. The cover page was printed on denim. The inside of the mag contained a whole lot of fold-outs, postcards, a map and even a denim handkerchief - not to forget great editorial content.
Brooklyn-based band Eytan and the Embassy just released a music video for 'Everything Changes'. The video was shot in one take and there are zero edits. But the most impressive part is that the video features 18 costume changes.
Charis Tsevis, a graphic designer based in Athens, created this series of editorial illustrations for print and online publications across the globe.
Did you know that approximately 260,000 loaves of bread are expected to be consumed at the Olympic Games this summer in London?
This Infographic series displays little-known numerical facts about the London 2012 Olympics.
Vice's "Surfs Up Here" is a three-part video feature following a group of professional surfers as they explore Canada's eastern coastline and the miles of waves that have yet to be found and used.
Lovely series of text-based light installations created in Seoul, South Korea by photographer Jung Lee.
The secret of success according to former British Prime Minister Benjamin Disraeli.
The Craft Masters series by Anthony Kurtz is an on-going project that showcases portrairs of artists and craftsmen within their environment.
Managing online communities and moderating content doesn’t always have to be about sending trolls back to the bridge that they live under or making sure that everyone plays nice with one another. It’s not always about deleting, blocking or keeping spammers at a safe and faraway distance.
Sometimes, it’s fun.
The collaboration between Illustrator Roby Dwi Antono and two separate editorial teams resulted in two really creative fashion spreads.
Miro Simko takes photos to play with perception of the outside world and uses his camera to express his feelings. The gallery, "When the Mood is Black and White," depicts landscapes, architecture and textures from his native Slovakia.
Agility caught up with a group of editors at the annual MagNet conference to find out what they’ve enjoyed most at the conference and what they’re taking away from it.
Stefano Agabio illustrated the lyrics to "Hey Jude" by The Beatles.
Photo by Luis Beltran
Ever wondered which chocolate bar has the most calories in each sweet and guilty bite? Or which cheese is the best choice?
"I am recording one second everyday for the rest of my life... this is me at age 30."
The glossy pages of interior design magazines have found a quaint and comfy home online. In the…
Inspirational Quote: Henry David Thoreau, photo by Jorge Diaz
Check out this summer-themed series by Julien Mauve.
Mattias Adolfsson is a freelance illustrator from Sweden. Take a peek inside one of his sketchbooks.
This stop-motion video is made entirely of stock images - 873 to be exact.
Check out these double exposed photos by Andre de Freitas.
An app from New Zealand is changing desktops for charity. Check it out.
French photographer Nicolas Evariste was instantly taken by the black and white medium when he first started snapping photos in 2006. He is also very taken with animal photography. He combined both loves for his series, Dark Zoo. Check it out.
Photo by Victor Bezrukov.
Check out this animated to-do list. It was created as a personal project by Daniel Luna, director of Toronto-based design studio Tendril, and long-time friend and collaborator Yaniv Fridman.
Take a look at Guy Laramee's excavations of old books to reveal beautiful mountains, plateaus and structures.
GOOD Magazine's Infographics section hosts an alternative way to share feature stories. The infographics break down stats and convey complex information through a medium that is visually appealing and easy to consume.
Akos Major is based in Vienna, Austria. Up until two years ago, Major worked for an Ad Agency. He left the industry to pursue a freelance graphic design career and a photography hobby.
Check out some of his most inspiring photos.
His full collection can be viewed here.
The trip was also featured on her blog.