Competitions: Hue Magazine Cover Artwork Winner - Tommy Chandra
Two weeks ago we announced the launch of our first newsprint magazine: Hue. But before we went to print we asked for your help choosing the cover artwork. We asked some of our favourite illustrators from across the globe and our team narrowed down the options to just three. For the past two weeks hundreds of you have been voting for your favourite cover and we are delighted to announce that Tommy Chandra's cover is the winning cover illustration.
A big thank you to all who voted, we were a little overwhelmed by the response from all over the world.
Here's a little more about Hue: ('Special Pre-Order Price' - Only £1.99 with FREE P&P)
‘Outset’, our pilot edition of Hue, explores the origin of ideas behind self-initiated works. Outset is a collection of articles, interviews and editorial comment from a diverse collection of handpicked creatives who represent a range of disciplines worldwide. All reflecting on the journey, delivery and the origin of ideas behind their own self-initiated works.
Hue will be available in Spring 2014 direct from our online store for £3.99 + Shipping (worldwide). Until March 1st we want to give you the chance to order your copy of Hue for just £1.99 with free P&P at our 'Special Pre-Order Price'.
Order now to be one of the first to receive your copy of the pilot edition of Hue (are we generous or what?!)
Outset contributors include creatives from across the world:
Creative Directors: Jesse Bryan - Belief Agency - Seattle, Washington, US (former Mars Hill creative director). Blaine Hogan – Willow Creek - South Barrington, Illinois, US. David Sorley – Boxhead – Leeds, UK. Designers: Luke Tonge - Life Agency – Birmingham, UK. Motion Designers: Jorge R. Canedo Estrada - Giant Ant - Vancouver, Canada. Illustrators: Kyle Steed – Freelance – Dallas, Texas, US. Photographers and Filmmakers: Jelani Pomell – Freelance – South London, UK. Ben Hodges – Freelance – Leeds, UK. Musicians: Jonathan Butler – Prize-Winning Cellist and founder of Impervious Studios – The Hague, Netherlands. Copywriters: Jake Johnson - Phinney Bischoff - Seattle, Washington, US (former partner at the creative agency, BAJI). Contemporary Dancers: Erena Bordon- Sanchez – Choreographer and founder of the Natashas Project – London, UK (article written by Sophie Lowen – London, UK).