DQ magazine has been recognised for its art direction and design at the world’s biggest awards for magazine publishing.
November 8th, 2011
We are excited to announce that DQ magazine last week won a SILVER award and BRONZE award for our outstanding art direction and design, at the 2011 Eddie and Ozzie Awards.
The Eddie and Ozzie Awards are the largest awards competition for magazine publishing.
DQ entered Issue#40 (SUMMER 2011) into this year’s awards, competing alongside more than 2,000 entries from around the world, and receiving a SILVER for Best Overall Design – Business to Business, and BRONZE for Best Redesign – Business to Business.
The 2 wins were announced at a gala event in New York last week, where DQ’s art directors, studio one8one7, were in attendance to receive the awards.
You can see the award-winning DQ#40 in all its glory here! Or check out the complete list of winners and read more about the awards here.
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