Thursday, January 14, 2010

Newest Projects, Charleston Style & Design, Atlanta ShowGuide, Advance ALIGN Newsletter

2009 is sufficiently wrapped up now and 2010 is well on it's way to being a better year. We recently wrapped up a couple of magazines we'd like to tell you about.

Charleston Style & Design is a quarterly publication, dedicated to displaying the beautiful lifestyle of Charleston as depicted in architecture, interior design, landscape design, fine art, dining... you name it, we give you a taste of it. KFD&P works on ads for this magazine. This issue had approximately 75 ads in it, we designed or made significant changes to 45 of those ads. Needless to say, if you are in Charleston, please look up some of these fine businesses. The work is very high quality and detailed and the people are tremendous. Much of the photography in this issue is done by Dickson Dunlap. Make sure you check out his work. And if you like our features and articles, Rob Johnson at Toprotype is responsible for the design of those pages. The printer for this publication is Publisher's Press, the King of Magazine Printers as far as I'm concerned!

We also finished the Winter issue of Atlanta ShowGuide. This publication is free and is distributed all over Atlanta in areas where you find art and theatre enthusiasts. If you want to impress a client, give a great gift, have a unique night out, this publication is full of good ideas and great shows. We do this one start to finish. Some of the ads are provided, we design the rest. This publication highlights as many areas of art as we can squeeze into each issue. It's also free online to view at Atlanta ShowGuide Issuu.

And finally, we did a special issue of ADVANCE ALIGN, a newsletter written and designed to support the Atlanta Public School System's special education teachers. This publication has a more flexible schedule, approximately five issues a year. Rebecca K. Reeves of Reeves & Associates is the brains behind it. The teachers love it and it makes it a very special project to work on, indeed.