CMYK magazine, the art-design publication dedicated to showcasing the talents of aspiring communication artists, celebrates 10 years of inspired publishing with its spring 2006 issue: CMYK 33.
Since 1996, CMYK has remained a fresh entry among the established design trades by publishing work juried work from graduates in advertising, design, illustration and photography. To date, CMYK has published 3,000 pieces of graduate work personally selected by 140 of the most trusted names in communication art.
CMYK magazine was founded in San Francisco in 1995 by art director Genevieve Astrelli and copywriter Curtis Clarkson as a much-needed resource for art-design students to display their talents to hiring professionals.
Over 33 issues CMYK has helped hundreds of art-design students find jobs, creative directors find talent, classrooms find good students, and an industry find a credible source of truly â€œfreshâ€ inspiration.
In itâ€™s spring 2006 issue, CMYK recasts its original line-up of student work judges from its first issue (May 1996); chronicles the whereabouts of former students published in CMYK #1; tells the story of how CMYK came to be; and features the Class of Spring 2006 featuring nearly 80 selections in communication art from 80 students hailing from more than 30 different art-design schools/programs across the globe.
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