NEW WORK: STUDENT PUBLICATIONS
posted by Student Editors
In the spirit of our New Work series over on the main Grids blog, and in anticipation of all the great work you're going to be submitting to our Student Design Competition, we're showcasing some great recent student publication design in our New Work: Student Publications series. If you want to submit YOUR school pub, look for details at the end of this post.
It's Fashion Week here in NYC and in the spirit of that, today we'd like to introduce you to em Magazine, a fashion magazine produced entirely by students at Emerson College in Boston. Editor-in-Chief Jamie Emmerman shares some of his favorite pages with us...
em Magainze, Emerson College's award-winning culture and fashion publication, was founded in 2007 and is Emerson's premier biannual print publication. We are entirely student run and exclusively showcase Emerson student work and talent.
For this issue, we chose to capitalize on our exceptional artists. We expanded our photography features section, commissioned illustrators to incorporate a new artistic medium, and physically increased the page size to 10" x 13" to allow for the best possible viewing experience.
See the whole issue online here: http://issuu.com/emmagazine/docs/em_americana_complete2
The em Magazine Fall/Winter 2013 Staff included:
Editor in Chief: Jamie Emmerman
Design Director: Maria Pulcinella Murray
Fashion Director: Danielle Brizel
Photography Director: Zeynep Abes
Senior Editor: Catherine Pears
Cover Photograph: Evan Tetreault
Think your college pub is doing some awesome design? Then send us samples and tell us the backstory. Magazines, yearbooks, newspapers, zines, literary journals, newsletters ... whatever you've got, we want to see it and hear about it! Please reduce your layouts to no larger than 1200 pixels wide and don't forget to include all relevant credits and a little background. We prefer submissions that have been published within the past year. Check out past entries for examples here. Send submissions to email@example.com.