1996 Ozzie Awards

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1996 Ozzie Awards


BEST USE OF ILLUSTRATION ASSOCIATION/NONPROFIT

Miami Spring 1996 University of Miami

Editor, Susan May; Director of Creative Services, P. David Johnson; Illustrator, Terry Hoff

Judges' comments: "Great use of art to portray the stark contrast between innocence and evil."

BEST USE OF ILLUSTRATION, TRADE Over 35,000 Circulation

OEM Magazine July 1996 CMP Media Inc.

Publisher, Steve Weitzner; Editor, Rick Boyd-Merritt; Art Director/Designer, Mira Ramji-Stein; Illustrator, Seth Zaben; Production Manager, James D. Pizzo

Judges' comments: "Strong concept, lovely execution and wonderful integration of art and typography."

BEST USE OF ILLUSTRATION, TRADE Under 35,000 Circulation

Iridium Today Winter 1996 Iridium, Inc.

Publisher, John Windolph; Editor, David Savold; Designer, Rhonda L. Hudanish, The Magazine Group; Art Director, Michael R. Hilker, The Magazine Group; Illustrator, James Yang

Judges' comments: "Excellent loose, illustrative style."

BEST USE OF ILLUSTRATION CONSUMER Over 35,000 Circulation

Shape June 1996 Weider Publications Inc.

Publisher, Joe Weider, Editor, Barbara Harris; Creative Director, Kathy Nenneker; Art Director, Yvonne Duran; Design Director, Stephanie Birdsong; Illustrator, Philippe Weisbecker

Judges' comments: "A seamless connection between words and images and a design that allows the art to break and function as content."

BEST USE OF ILLUSTRATION CONSUMER Under 100,000 Circulation

New Jersey Monthly July 1996 Tomlinson Enterprises inc.

Publisher, Kate S. Tomlinson; Editor, Jenny DeMonte; Art Director/Designer, Joseph G. Broda; Illustrator, Tom Nick Cocotos; Production Manager, Deborah Jay Cortelyou

Judges' comments: "Original cut-paper collage, artwork and typography."

BEST USE OF TYPOGRAPHY CONSUMER Under 100,000 Circulation

Discover December 1995 Walt Disney Co.

Publisher, John Skipper; Editor, Marc Zabludoff; Art Director, Richard Boddy; Associate Art Director, Andrew Nahem; Illustrator, Malcolm Tarlofsky; Production Manager, Kevin Mullan

Judges' comments: "A creative answer to using beautiful numerals."

BEST USE OF PHOTOGRAPHY, ASSOCIATION/NONPROFIT

Wildlife Conservation July/August 1996 Wildlife Conservation Society

Editor, Joan Downs; Executive Editor, Deborah Behler; Art Director/Designer, Julie Larsen Maher

Judges' comments: " The design combines image, color and echo patterns to clearly convey the story line."

BEST USE OF PHOTOGRAPHY, TRADE Over 35,000 Circulation

Eyecare Business February 1996 Cardinal Business Media

Publisher, Martin Cheifetz; Editor, Stephanie Walter; Creative Director, Stephen Webster; Photographer, Nick Vaccaro; Production Manager, Debbie O'Neill

Judges' comments: "The bleak and subtle use of a four-color black-and-white scheme adds drama. A coverline font style, placement and technique effectively enhance the overall support of the mood and theme."

BEST USE OF PHOTOGRAPHY, TRADE Under 35,000 Circulation

Publisher, Edward R. Loeb; Editor, Michael J. Keighley; Art Director, David H. Creamer; Associate Art Directors, Rick Garcia, Attila Laczko; Photographer, Kerry Hackney

Judges' comments: "The simplicity of the photography makes a bold, crisp, eye-catching cover image."

BEST USE OF PHOTOGRAPHY, CONSUMER Over 100,000 Circulation

Hemispheres June 1996 Pace Communications

Publisher, Bonnie McElveen-Hunter; Editor, Kate Greer; Art Director, Jaimey Easler; Photographer, Phil Borges; Production Manager, David Brown

Judges' comments: "Photos are beautifully reproduced and used to their best advantage."

BEST OF PHOTOGRAPHY, CONSUMER Under 100,000 Circulation

Guest Informant' s Arizona Edition Guest Informant January 1996

Publisher, Michael Booker Editor, Linda Chase; Designer, Francine Martin Hill; Photo Editor, Susan Warmbo; Production Manager, Yvette Kasper

Judges' comments: "Four well-used pages that tell a story that words only reinforce. …

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