Tuesday, May 17, 2011

Red Wings from Free Press

Ryan Ford shares the cover again from the Red Wings elimination in the NHL playoffs.

Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Justin Verlander throws no-hitter

And Ryan Ford of the Detroit Free Press was nice enough to share the paper's work.

Monday, March 28, 2011

Baseball 2011

Luke Knox just dropped an email that was about 26 MB. I thought, wow, this is a huge file, Luke. Then when I saw it, and I said wow again. This is some really cool stuff. And now, the Boston Globe 2011 baseball section ... 20 pages of goodness focusing on injury problems the Red Sox had last season. I don't have time to post it all right now. Here's a taste, I'll post more later.

Monday, March 14, 2011

NCAA Tournament Week 1

Luke Knox from the Boston Globe sends in the front page from Selection Sunday.
Also, a comprehensive NCAA page from John Hancock of the Dallas Morning News. Also, Wayne Kamidoi of the New York Times sent some solid stuff here. He said it was a team effort between himself, Sam Manchester and Lee Yarosh. Michael Murdock (rocket) illustration and Bob Eckstein also pitched in. The region page is a double truck. 


NCAA Tournament pages wanted

please send to drw101@gmail.com. thanks.

Thursday, March 10, 2011


New York Post went all out on the headline today for yesterday's Rutgers-St. John's Big East matchup at the Garden.

Tuesday, March 8, 2011


I have seen many, many typos during my stint in the newspaper business thus far. But none have been as glaring as this. The funny thing is I was sports editor at the Western Courier for three years while I was at Western Illinois University. But listen to the Editor in Chief tell the WQAD reporter that is in their byline template. I wouldn't have broadcasted that.

Wednesday, February 16, 2011

APSE announcing 2010 winners

The APSE Winter Conference in Indy is beginning to wrap today and tomorrow. Many winners have been announced. Check out the list at the website.

Friday, February 11, 2011

Oregon-inspired Basketball courts

If you haven't seen the Oregon basketball court yet, it's ... well, I'll say different.
Freelance designer took the idea and applied it to other courts across the nation. Would love to play on the KFC Yum! Center. Check out the rest here.

Wednesday, February 9, 2011

A Post too far?

The New York Post cover today had a picture of the 17-year old high school girl that reportedly had a relationship with Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez. This has little to do with design and more to do with the choice of putting a minor's picture on the cover. Here's the page: