The last few week’s I’ve been purging my 90s to 2010’s collection of Communications Arts Magazine. Today I took the opportunity to rip out pages that still inspire from this weekend’s six edition that were purged.
A page from the the 2010 Photography Annual featured an editorial photo of Jeb Bush for an article by Tucker Carlson in Esquire Magazine. Titled “The Future of the Republican’ Party.” That gave me a chuckle.
An article on Robert Miles Runyan who designed the “Star in Motion” symbol used for the 1984 Olympics was preserved. I remember heading downtown to watch the torch make its way through Los Angeles with my parents and brother. I was six at the time.
Among pages ripped out include an online campaign for Carl’s Jr. & Hardee’s. An op-ed on Designing accessible spaces. Several photos of President Obama from his first presidential campaign and inauguration.
An ad published in 2004 by the National Congress of American Indians criticizing the racist identity of the Cleveland Indians who are finally rebranding next year.