Canadian Magazine Industry News
4 November 2011,     TORONTO
Magazines recognized for excellence at ADCC awards
Several magazines were recognized for excelling in editorial design during the Advertising and Design Club of Canada (ADCC) awards Thursday evening.

An imageless cover of The Walrus — which took gold in the magazine covers category — simply reads, "This magazine contains an essay on freedom by a Canadian convicted of murder". The art director was Brian Morgan, with Mathieu Lavoie as illustrator.

For art direction of an entire magazine issue, design firm Underline Studio won for its work on Prefix Photo (a publication of the Prefix Institute of Contemporary Art).

Design firm Faith got the golden nod for editorial typography in Lush Magazine.

Earning silvers were Underline Studio for Retail News; Aldo Group for art direction of an issue of Locale Magazine; Max Abadian (art director Tanya Watt) for fashion photography in Flare and Gabor Jurina (art director Eng C. Lau) for fashion photography in Fashion; and Donald Weber (art director Barbara Solowan) for portrait photography in Canadian Art.
— Jeff Hayward
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