New logo rings in new era – and
For the first time in 15 years, sources has a new nameplate.
It's designed by Managing Editor Brandi Dickman. who's also our
Subject Index Editor, Production Manager, Book Review Editor, Creative
Head special researcher and much more.
The creative improvements in sources' layout and typography
in the past three years have been almost exclusively Brandi's work,
as is the Fifteenth Anniversary logo.
Only those who have tackled such an assignment can properly appreciate
how many hours are absorbed in the seemingly simple process of designing
a new nameplate (in this case, in six variations). One that uses
Optima and Future, that works not only in all conceivable cover
situations but also in letterhead and business card applications,
on envelopes, in colour and black oral white, through illness and
health, for richer or poorer, 'til death do it part
Speaking of wedding vows, Brandi exchanged them in June (after
she gave birth to the nameplate, but it's all kosher) with Brad
Kostynuik in a beautiful, moving ceremony under a co-operative rural
sun an hour's drive west of Toronto.
Brad is a multi-talented artist and friend of sources. Besides
being a teacher of art, Brad's a poet, comic (you may have heard
Trouser Park on CBC Radio), musician and composer. His cartoons
and other image creations have appeared in the pages of sources
in the past couple of years.
We toast a truly creative couple.
Published in Sources, Summer 1992
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