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Here are closer looks at them: A 2001 graduate of the University of San Carlos in the Philippines, Adonis Durado worked as a designer, art director, and creative director for a number of magazines and advertising agencies before serving as the consultant for a major redesign of the …pass along a copy of our front page from [Wednesday] I thought you might like. They’ve been doing this sort of thing longer than most papers and they do it as well as anyone. I think you’ll find that unusual for a small-town newspaper. Today, they fill the spot of calling birds with this gorgeous illustration of Santa, drifting through the sky with balloons of love. Circulation: 579,636 Doves are symbols of peace — appropriate for this holiday and especially for the troubled social and political times we live in. Circulation: 57,710 Remember what I said about simpler being better?
We were doing a story on distracted walking, where people on smartphones in particular aren’t paying attention to what they’re doing. Here is this year’s gorgeous swan of a front-page Christmas card to readers. — “SIX GEESE A-LAYING” did today with this photo of Santa greeting kids, shot from outside a window. — “FIVE GOLDEN RINGS” A number of papers chose to illustrate page one today with religious-themed imagery. Circulation: 31,940 The Herald-Journal of Spartanburg, S. I suspect this window — gorgeous as it is — is from a cathedral in Europe. also has a Christmas Day tradition: It makes a full-page Christmas card out of classic paintings from long ago. The art was not credited, so I asked executive editor Bonita Burton about it. So filling the role of turtle doves today is the New York The final spot in our Christmas Day countdown of the day’s most remarkable pages — the partridge in a pear tree — will be played today by a pair of pages that are not poster pages but still interesting treatments of note. Circulation: 19,864 The paper in Fort Collins, Colo., today did a story on ugly Christmas sweaters. After the visual Christmas dinner feast you’ve enjoyed here today, let’s go in an opposite direction for our dessert: This gorgeously simple treatment from the asked staffers to write personalized stories about the holidays and Christmas traditions. — PLUS, A LITTLE SOMETHING OF MY OWN In all the years I’ve been posting roundups of Christmas Day pages, I’ve never had one of my own to post. Victoria, Texas Circulation: 26,531 Ten years ago today, it snowed in Victoria.
A graduate of Grand View College in Des Moines, Scott spent several years as a graphic artist and 3D illustrator at the Des Moines Register.
He spent nine years as art director of Applied Art & Technology in Des Moines before opening Firetrucker earlier this year. A 1978 graduate of Stellenbosch University, Arrie was publisher of News24, editor of Johannesburg’s and MIH Internet Africa before setting out on his own in 2009 as an online and mobile media consultant and strategist.
He was folded into Media General’s hub system in 2010 but then moved back to the Richmond paper after the company sold many of its papers in 2011. She worked there for 33 years, as a copy editor, assistant news editor and assistant metro editor. Amanda Willis is communications associate for the Minnesota Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church.
She moved to the online side in 2008 and became local day editor and homepage editor in 2010. A 2001 graduate of the University of Missouri, Amanda spent four years as deputy presentation editor for news at the of St. She made the leap out of newspapers in 2009 and spent nearly three years with CPP North America in St.
Sitting the door of the trailer is Jitterbug, the dog of copy editor Maryanne Dell. Karen writes on her Facebook page that she also art directed the front page of the Register’s sister paper, the Riverside staffer Terry Pierson. — “TEN LORDS A-LEAPIN’” Cleveland, Ohio Circulation: 246,571 This front page photo of a real, live singing angel was enough to make me leap for joy today. Their full-page poster treatment today not only illustrates the season but also highlights their new building. — “EIGHT MAIDS A-MILKING” today milked the old holiday tradition of a snowglobe. I tried to pick only photos I thought might reproduce well with no color. So I thought that would make a nice running gag throughout the section. I sidestepped any possible production headaches by building two facing pages instead of filling the gutter.
In addition, today is Here’s wishing the happiest of birthdays to eight excellent visual journalists…
(better known as John Denver) and La Donna Adrian Gaines (better known as Donna Summer); sports greats Gabrielle Christina Victoria “Gabby” Douglas (gymnastics), Hugh Edward Mc Elhenny (football), Alexander Chapman “Alex” Ferguson (soccer coach) and Don James (football coach); ESPN correspondent Colleen Dominguez; artist Henri Matisse; comic book artist Steve Rude; Nazi hunter Simon Wiesenthal; general-turned-secretary of state George Catlett Marshall.
Melynda, Linda, Emilio and Ryan share a birthday with actors Val Edward Kilmer, Beatrice “Bebe” Neuwirth, Timothy Lewis Matthieson (better known as Tim Matheson), Krishna Pandit Bhanji (better known as Ben Kingsley) and Philip Anthony Hopkins; musicians Park Jae-sang (better known as Psy), Burton Cummings, Andrew James “Andy” Summers (of the Police), Joseph Mulrey “Joey” Mc Intyre (of New Kids on the Block), Henry John Deutschendorf Jr.
Over the years, I’ve tried to shed a spotlight some of the better examples. — “TWELVE DRUMMERS DRUMMING” created yet another fun Christmas Day photoillustration for today’s page one: That’s Santa, setting up a tree and lighting a bonfire on Huntington Beach. Side note: Check out the little daily bug at the bottom of the page showing local gas prices. began running items in the paper reminding readers it had been ten years since this snow and asking them to send in their snapshots and their memories via email, Facebook or whatever. I built another big display for page B1, using the same typography and color scheme, plus another photo by Miguel Luna — this one, of Victoria’s historic old county courthouse. Staffer Natassia Bonyanpour wrote the nice essay for the front.
Leonard Ortiz made the photo and Karen Kelso art-directed the shoot. but also, it was shot live last night during a Christmas Eve pageant. — “NINE LADIES DANCING” have been doing the relocation dance this month, moving into new digs in Newport News, Va. On the inside, pages two and three were both black-and-white.