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SPD Announces Award Finalists

The Society of Publication Designers have announced the finalists for their 48th annual awards. These awards — gold and silvers will be dished out to the winners on Friday, May 10, at Cipriani Wall Street — recognize the people who make the magazines and digital publications that we love look amazing.

Below are a few of the nominations, but for the full list (it’s quite large, in fact, we think we were nominated) click through.

Magazine of The Year

Bon Appétit, Alex Grossman, Creative Director
Fast Company, Florian Bachleda, Design Director
GQ, Fred Woodward, Design Director
New York, Thomas Alberty, Design Director
W, Alex Gonzalez, Creative Director; Anton Ioukhnovets, Design Director

Design – Cover

Metropoli, Rodrigo Sanchez, Art Director; October 25, 2012, “Looper”
New York, Thomas Alberty, Design Director; November 12, 2012, “The City and the Storm”
The New York Times Magazine, Arem Duplessis, Design Director; June 3, 2012, “The Innovation Issue”
The New York Times Magazine, Arem Duplessis, Design Director; January 29, 2012 ,“Israel vs Iran”
The New York Times Magazine, Arem Duplessis, Design Director; December 23, 2012, “Jerry Seinfeld”

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GQ’s Art Director Joins New York

New York has named Thomas Alberty as its new Design Director. Alberty comes to New York from GQ, where he had been since 2004. WWD reports that Alberty was most recently the GQ’s Art Director.

Alberty succeeds Chris Dixon, who left New York in September for the designer job at Vanity Fair.