Inside the Red Border: What Makes the Cover of TIME Magazine … and What Doesn't
D.W. Pine, Creative Director at TIME Magazine, provides an inside look at what goes into producing the cover of TIME each week
TIME is famous for its iconic and sometimes controversial covers, with their striking portraits and distinctive red borders. The magazine's cover design process is fast-paced and collaborative, involving illustrators, designers and photographers. In this behind-the-scenes presentation, you'll learn which covers moved magazine sales and which ones flopped. You'll have an insider's view of what actually makes it into the iconic red border every week and what doesn't—and why!
The event will be preceded by a mixer with a cash bar. Tickets will be sold at the door for an additional $5. More info at maine.aiga.org
About D.W. Pine
D.W. Pine is the Creative Director at TIME Magazine, where he is responsible for the cover design and look of one of the world’s most recognizable brands. In addition to the weekly magazine, Pine leads TIME’s design and editorial direction on the iPad, iPhone and Android tablets. He has designed more than 200 TIME covers, including the past six Person of the Year and TIME 100 issues, the 9/11 anniversary, the deaths of Osama Bin Laden and Steve Jobs and the much-talked about breast feeding cover.