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Luke Hayman

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02138 The Lost Issue Now Available Online - Posted November 10, 2008
Digital magazines are all the rage it seems, or at least a popular sort of print lifeboat. Last week we told you that the New Yorker is ... [morningmedianewsfeed]

02138 The Lost Issue Now Available Online - Posted November 10, 2008
Digital magazines are all the rage it seems, or at least a popular sort of print lifeboat. Last week we told you that the New Yorker is ... [FishbowlNY]

02138 Pegs Hayman and Lois to Design Re-Launch - Posted July 18, 2008
02138, the Harvard magazine recently bought up by Manhattan Media, and currently being prepped for a re-launch later this year (maybe it will even appeal to a wider audience than those people who attended the ... [morningmedianewsfeed]

02138 Pegs Hayman and Lois to Design Re-Launch - Posted July 18, 2008
02138, the Harvard magazine recently bought up by Manhattan Media, and currently being prepped for a re-launch later this year (maybe it will even appeal to a wider audience than those people who attended the ... [FishbowlNY]

Luke Hayman Divulges Pentagram's Wicca-like Traditions - Posted October 2, 2007
In preparation for Thursday night's Golden Boa Awards, mb.com tossed a few questions to the honorees, including design's resident boa-wearer, Luke Hayman. Greg Lindsay asks Hayman "How'd You Reach The Design World's P... [UnBeige]

Another Award for Luke Hayman; Another Reason for You to Hate Him - Posted September 13, 2007
We have to tell you we're getting pretty sick of Luke Hayman's annoying ability to garner awards from all corners of the earth. Not to mention his dashing good looks. But in the spirit of supporting the design community, we feel compelled to pass alo... [UnBeige]

Forget Good Design, How About "Design Good"? - Posted August 7, 2007
We were excited before about the highly-developed design sensibility of Good, the little magazine that has fully lodged itself into our temporal lobes. In this month's iss... [UnBeige]

Luke "The Man" Hayman on "Design Matters" - Posted May 11, 2007
We know they plan these schedules way in advance but, man, could the timing be any better for Luke Hayman to get grilled by Debbie Millman on today's "Design Matters?" For Hayman (above right, with ... [UnBeige]

NY Times Mag Sweeps SPD Awards; New York Continues Its Winning Streak - Posted May 8, 2007
You just can't keep New York down. Between the NY Times Magazine and New York Magazine, pubs with "New York" in their titles claimed about half of the Society of Publication Designers Awards announced on Friday. We think the Janet Froelich-directed NY Times Magazine won about 13 awards, but we fell... [UnBeige]

Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists Throttles Design Mags at Ellies - Posted May 1, 2007
We'd never have believed it ourselves if we hadn't seen it liveblogged by our Fish-y brothers, but the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists beat out Metropolis, I.D. and Print in the General Excellence under 100,000 circulation ca... [UnBeige]

Today, Time For Something New - Posted March 16, 2007
Today's the day that Time goes public with their new look, and we must say although we liked the cover we saw yesterday, we're way thrilled with the inside of the mag. The stodge is gone. Yet the designers still managed to... [UnBeige]

The Best Magazine Redesign Joke That Nobody Got - Posted January 10, 2007
Maybe that skinny WSJ set off a trend? It seems everyone wants to get the real story about their ... [UnBeige]

Black and Hayman - Posted January 4, 2007
Boy, are we glad Roger Black has a blog--finally someone who can tell it like it is. He's got a raconteurish edge to his writing, although it's not so curmudgeonly that we plug our youthful ears in defiance. And he can ask questions of someone like, say, ... [UnBeige]

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