From the Publisher: Jul 30 1990

Magazine art directors are something like chefs. They are rarely seen at work in public, and their genius comes from an ability to blend a variety of ingredients into a new creation that enhances each product. For the past decade, art director Rudolph Hoglund has brought words, photographs and graphics together to increase the impact of TIME stories. Last week we marked Hoglund's 10th anniversary by inviting a group of editors and artists to an informal seminar on the future of magazine design. Says graphics director Nigel Holmes, who arranged the event: "I thought we should reflect a bit on what...

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