Editorial Design / GRDE 418 Positive/Negative Magazine Vol. 9

Fourth Year Graphic Design and Photography Student Teams

Graphic Design (Undergraduate) Classwork

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The expressive brush stroke on the front cover.

Designers: Nathan Gamson and Samantha Watson
Positive/Negative Magazine Volume 9 was honored with a GOLD Addy for publication design.

This volume was recognized with a Platinum/Best in Category Award from the 46th Annual Creativity International Awards.

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An article on fashion that goes from the runway to mass affordability.

Design: Liz McGrail
Photography: Kallie Ferris
This article was honored with a GOLD Addy for spread design.

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An article on individuals who rebel to advocate for a cause.

Design: Samantha Watson
Photography: Kyra Krenitsky
This article was honored with a SILVER Addy for spread design.

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Second spread of Rebel with a Cause.

Design: Samantha Watson
Photography: Kyra Krenitsky

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An article on the phenomenon known as the "Dad Bod."

Design: Annie Wong
Photography: Emily Baker
This article was honored with a SILVER Addy for spread design.

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The second spread of The Dad Bod.

Design: Annie Wong
Photography: Emily Baker

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An article on the fact that women's products cost more than the same items for men.

Design: Annie Wong
Photography: Emily Baker
This spread was honored with a SILVER Addy for spread design.

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An article on cryogenics and its role in continuing endangered species.

Design: Elvia Galdamez
Photography: Jihye Ma

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Second spread of the article on cryogenics.

Design: Elvia Galdamez
Photography: Jihye Ma

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Article about how we all have problems below the surface.

Design: Nathan Gamson
Photography: Kyra Krenitsky

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Second spread of the article on inner demons.

Design: Nathan Gamson
Photography: Kyra Krenitsky

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An article on the hidden dangers of genetically modified foods. (GMO's).

Design: Natali Bogart
Photography: Erika Wellman