American Way, the inflight magazine of American Airlines and American Eagle, was named in the 100 Best in Design 2012 by Graphis, the international journal of visual communication. "The Reinventor", a December 15, 2010, article in American Way featuring LED ZEPPELIN singer Robert Plant, won a Graphis Gold award.
"It's an honor to be recognized alongside industry legends such as Gensler, Pentagram, and Sagmeister Inc. ," said American Way Design Director David Radabaugh.
Each year Graphis invites leading professionals across the photography, illustration, and graphic design communities to be considered for inclusion in their annual books in each of those visual arts fields. Among the thousands of submissions, the Graphis panel selects the most compelling work of the year in each category and the winning entries are featured in the hardback annual.
The entire Robert Plant article can be found at this location.
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