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Newsweek by the numbers. Click to enlarge.

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Newsweek by the numbers. Click to enlarge.

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Page/infographic by Lech Mazurczyk, Newsweek Polska. Neolithic Circle “rondel” in southern Poland. Reconstruction.

timfrank:

Page/infographic by Lech Mazurczyk, Newsweek Polska. Neolithic Circle “rondel” in southern Poland. Reconstrucion.
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Page/infographic by Lech Mazurczyk, Newsweek Polska. Neolithic Circle “rondel” in southern Poland. Reconstruction.

timfrank:

Page/infographic by Lech Mazurczyk, Newsweek Polska. Neolithic Circle “rondel” in southern Poland. Reconstrucion.

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Reblogged 2 years ago from timfrank
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andrewromano:

Here it is: Newsweek’s new Mad Men issue, redesigned to exact 1965 specs, front to back—including almost all of the ads.
Above is the cover; below, some shots of the layout from The Wall here at Newsweek world headquarters, courtesy of our lovely and talented art director Lindsay Ballant, who was one of the folks in charge of digging through the archives and resurrecting the magazine’s sharp, spare mid-1960s design.
The issue is available now on the iPad and online, but there’s really only one way to experience it: in print.
Pretend it’s 1965. Visit your local newsstand.  




Dashboard users: click here for hi-res images.

How your Newsweek gets made.

newsweek:

andrewromano:

Here it is: Newsweek’s new Mad Men issue, redesigned to exact 1965 specs, front to back—including almost all of the ads.

Above is the cover; below, some shots of the layout from The Wall here at Newsweek world headquarters, courtesy of our lovely and talented art director Lindsay Ballant, who was one of the folks in charge of digging through the archives and resurrecting the magazine’s sharp, spare mid-1960s design.

The issue is available now on the iPad and online, but there’s really only one way to experience it: in print.

Pretend it’s 1965. Visit your local newsstand.  

Dashboard users: click here for hi-res images.

How your Newsweek gets made.

Reblogged 2 years ago from newsweek
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shortformblog:

Ever wonder how Newsweek made some of its more elaborate graphics back in the day? Check out this look back by Karl Gude, the magazine’s former Director of Information Graphics (and a current MSU professor), who discusses what it was like to create an insanely detailed graphic like this way back in 2001. In the case of this particular piece, it included dressing people up as soldiers. Seriously. Awesome piece. You’ll dig it.

shortformblog:

Ever wonder how Newsweek made some of its more elaborate graphics back in the day? Check out this look back by Karl Gude, the magazine’s former Director of Information Graphics (and a current MSU professor), who discusses what it was like to create an insanely detailed graphic like this way back in 2001. In the case of this particular piece, it included dressing people up as soldiers. Seriously. Awesome piece. You’ll dig it.

Reblogged 2 years ago from shortformblog
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