Caleb Bennett YGX

  • Current Location: Brooklyn
  • Originally From: United States

Formerly the deputy art director of The New York Times Magazine and associate art director of Texas Monthly, Bennett grew up in Del Rio, Texas, and studied Communication Design at Texas Tech University. He was named one of Print magazine's “20 Under 30 New Visual Artists” in 2012. His work has been recognized by the Art Directors Club, the Type Directors Club, The Society of Publication Design, The Society for News Design and the City and Regional Magazine Association. In 2010, Bennett was part of the redesign team at The New York Times Magazine, and he was a member of the magazine's Design Team of the Year for 2010 and 2011, as selected by the Art Directors Club.

Portfolio Imagery:

  • Project 1 of 5

    Near/Far

    Brutal shoot-outs, grisly murders, random kidnappings: Drug cartels in Mexico are in a savage fight to the death that has claimed more than 23,000 lives since 2006. Yet despite fears to the contrary, the violence has not spilled over into Texas–which doesn't mean it isn't transforming life along the border"

    Credits

    Editor: Jake Silverstein, Creative Director: T.J. Tucker, Photo editor: Leslie Baldwin, Photographer: Bear Guerra

  • Project 2 of 5

    The Underground Man

    The novelist Haruki Murakami has become a global imaginative force by grappling with what's contained below the surface – of Japan and of himself.

    Credits

    Editor-in-chief: Hugo Lindgren, Design Director: Arem Duplessis, Director of Photography: Kathy Ryan, Photo editor: Clinton Cargill, Photographer: Nobuyoshi Araki

  • Project 3 of 5

    The Smart List icons

    Icons concepted and designed for Wired in 2009. Each icon was designed as a broad categorical representation to accompany ideas from "The Smart List: 12 Shocking Ideas That Could Change the World"

    Credits

    co-designed with T.J. Tucker, Art Director: Carl DeTorres

  • Project 4 of 5

    The Voyages Issue

    I was responsible for developing the custom design and art direction specific to The New York Times Magazine's Voyages Issue, published February 12th, 2012. It consisted of modern day pilgrimages and transformative experiences. A series of unexpected and charismatic stories from around the world. These are just a few iterations of the issue's design.

    Credits

    Editor-in-chief: Hugo Lindgren, Design Director: Arem Duplessis, Director of Photography: Kathy Ryan, Photo editors: Clinton Cargill, Stacey Baker, Joanna Milter, Additional designers: Gail Bichler, Rami Moghadam, Sara Cwynar, Photographers, Kenneth O Halloran, Mitch Epstein, Ahmet Polat, Ambroise Tézenas, Immo Klink, Illustrator: David Sparshott

  • Project 5 of 5

    What Happened to Air France Flight 447

    A response to the crash and disappearance of Air France Flight 447. Main parts of the wreckage had been found after years of searching, but the mystery as to how it crashed had been largely unresolved.

    Credits

    Editor-in-chief: Hugo Lindgren, Design Director: Arem Duplessis, Director of Photography: Kathy Ryan, Photo Editor: Stacey Baker, Photographer: Tom Sandberg

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